The nation saw a recent decrease in H1N1-related school closings, but health care workers on college campuses fear a more problematic epidemic that has no cure. “Cases of chronic whining have increased over 430% in just the past four months,” said an exhausted campus health center director. “We thought we had seen the last of […]
by Diana Senechal Seattle, WA—In order to make room for its new social centers, collaborative learning centers and conference rooms, the library at Botard College has discarded most of its volumes and updated the rest. “Our student workers have done a heroic job of rewording hundreds of old books for a global society,” said President […]
by Skye Kopfgeschlagen Freelance Writer If you detest speaking in class or feel that your repetitive questions might annoy the professor and class to the point of grade reduction, then Harmony University’s innovative use of technology may provide the solution for you. New slang and methods of expressing oneself in class have finally hit the […]
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