by Erica Price Freelance Writer Headlines of budget cuts, hiring freezes, and elimination of academic and co-curricular programs paint a desperate picture of Porter State College in Waterville, Maine. As a result, President Avery Michaels knew she had to start paying closer attention to the impact of these cuts on campus life. Declining quality of […]
by Irma Pelt Senior Staff Writer Hilliter Airlines announced this week it will waive baggage fees on invisible knapsacks for candidates traveling to placement exchanges during this search season. Sponsored by both ACPA’s Career Central at Convention (C3) and The Placement Exchange (TPE), the initiative will allow candidates to travel with their most obvious baggage. […]
by Earl J. Liffey Freelance Writer Bernie Stelsky, Professor of Western European History at Blanton College, has come up with a truly revolutionary way to go green. Instead of asking students to buy books or print texts from a computer, Bernie is encouraging students to utilize the local resource of booksellers to read. “One day […]
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