by K-FOAG Freelance Writer Foundering endowments, soaring tuition, shriveling federal aid, “whatevering” students… Once an indomitable bastion for freedom of thinking, the beleaguered university can no longer withstand the malignant impact of economic constriction. That is to say, money is tight. In these cruel economic times, universities that once considered themselves immune to the vagaries […]
The National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) halted plans to merge with the Association of College Personnel Administrators (ACA) on Tuesday night. The long anticipated merger was shelved with the passage of a resolution that highlighted issues NASPA should further consider before progressing with the merger. While news of the halted unification shocked the […]
by Barbara P. Murphy Freelance Writer A recently formed bargaining unit at South Springfield State University known as the Core Residential Administrative Network Coalition, which represents staff members who live full-time in campus-owned apartments, added another inequality to their growing list of complaints: snow days. South Springfield closed last Tuesday as a result of 2.5 […]
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