by Irma Pelt Senior Staff Writer The Office of Student Engagement at Malple College submitted an emergency funding request to the state legislature for their annual awards banquet in May. \”I had it all figured out,\” said Dora Creamer, Coordinator of Student Engagement. \”My grad and I crunched the numbers over and over again to […]
Sports journalists cheered yesterday when NCAA President Mark Emmert announced the results of Thursday’s vote to turn college football into an individual sport. “In a vote of 32 to one with one abstention, the NCAA has overwhelmingly shown its responsiveness to changes in today’s culture,” said Emmert. “Starting in three years, teams will consist of […]
For decades, professors of physics and business administration have been closing in on developing a viable vacuum for college committee ideas, but scientists do not predict a clear breakthrough in this millennium. “Despite advancements in technology, we haven’t quite reached a point where we can eliminate the silliness of report writing,” admits Rodney Alfresht, the […]
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