In preparation for the day when everyone is Irish, college professors from every ethnicity, gender and age have rehearsed their best “When I was in college…” stories. “It’s so fun to see students getting ready to drink themselves silly, as if they invented St. Patrick’s day,” said biology lecturer Paul Goden. “I love to see […]
by I.M. Knott-Tawkin Freelance Writer Weary of endless complaints from pampered college students and their parents about the lackluster campus salad bar, mile-long food court, French chef and Louisiana barbecue options for dining, College of the Northsouth will launch an all-in-one energy bar that is both green (literally) and saves money. It will soon take […]
by Jake Kepler Freelance Writer In an effort to go green and cut costs, both the Association of American College Educators and the National University Professionals Coalition have agreed to a long-sought plan to elimine costly pins, stickers and ribbons for use on name tags at their national conferences. Instead the organizations will use a […]
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