by Monty Tufnel Freelance Writer Concerned about the backlash against for-profit universities, Horus University announced today its intention to be labeled “dividend-based.” In a letter to the Department of Education, Horus argues that because its earnings are an indicator of fiscal health the university’s students gain a distinct advantage in the higher education marketplace. “An […]
by Con Chapman Lifestyle Reporter RINDGE, New Hampshire. Soledad Wilson is a third-year transfer student from NYU at Granite Head College in this isolated town in the White Mountains. She arrived on campus last year with an unmistakable air of authority about her. “I started my own literary magazine my freshman year,” she says of […]
by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor ST. LOUIS, Mo. As the American Philosophical Association’s annual convention wound down following yesterday’s plenary session, professors from around the country took time off from the presentation of academic papers to focus their analytical skills on less weighty matters. “The bus is leaving for midget wrestling in five minutes, people!” […]
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