Administrators at universities across the United States are basking in their own hipness this year as thousands of new Facebook groups have emerged to represent their departments and events. “The freshmen really think we\’re cool,” said James Pollens, director of admissions for Angelica Community College in Utah. “We\’ve had over fifteen students join our \’Proud […]
Should tour guides walk forwards or backwards? It\’s a complicated issue that has perplexed and enraged both educators and the public. Until now, no news company dared confront the issue, but in its August 18, 2009 article, “Colleges Seek to Remake the Campus Tour,” the New York Times cracked the case. We expect verbally violent […]
Many young adjunct faculty across the nation have new hope of finding a home this year, as the Obama healthcare plan has extended benefits to dependent children up to twenty six years of age, if their employers do not provide coverage. “I didn\’t think I\’d ever have health benefits,” said Corinda Lopez, a part-time writing […]
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