Trustees of Cooper College held an emergency meeting over the weekend to decide how to respond to billionaire George Muff\’s offer to donate 51% of the much-needed revenue to build a new football stadium. “During these economic times, it\’s been extremely difficult to find a donor,” said board president Kerwin Standish, “but come on. He\’s […]
by Irma Pelt Senior Staff Writer The University of California Berkeley announced last week that it would offer optional DNA testing to its incoming class. Citing health benefits of the intended research, UC Berkeley administrators defended the opportunity as providing opportunities for better health. On the heels of UC Berkeley\’s announcement, Gingerich State College mailed […]
by Diana Senechal Thinking of taking a class in art history? Think again. A newly formed Committee for Higher Education Reform (CHER) has proposed to replace subject-specific college courses—throughout the U.S.—with mini-workshops on strategies. There will be no more art history, engineering, physics, or Near Eastern languages, just strategies for success. According to experts, it’s […]
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