by Diana Senechal Binghamton, N.Y. Last Thursday, to the cheers and stomps of two thousand students, Elysium College announced its new plan for dormitory improvement. Beaming, in a crimson silk dress, with video displays to either side of her, President Esther Bonnevie told the audience that whoever wanted a luxurious new dormitory room need only […]
by Diana Senechal Freelance Writer One rainy day in January, Carol Clystenbury, adjunct professor of composition at Peale University, sat down with fifty-four essays and an Earl Grey tea and commenced the dreaded task of correcting. It wasn’t long before she noticed a striking pattern. The first essay title was “The Toothpaste Revolution: How Eco-Friendly […]
by Alexander Riche Freelance Writer In a surprise move last month, the Library of Congress announced its intent to acquire all posts since March 2006 from social media site Twitter. The reaction was swift. Markus Trinion, a doctoral student doing his dissertation on faculty attitudes toward technology, described his frustration at the venerable institution\’s surprise […]
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