In a daily ritual that has lasted for decades, a group of cronies at Valley Heights University known as The Lunchtime Ya-Yas, sat together in the cafeteria during their noon break. “Oh, that looks good, Dana. What is that – kale?” said campus post office cashier Cindy Forkins. “It’s Swiss chard,” said Dana Strayed from […]
by Yremia Johnson Freelance Writer After repeatedly hearing from prospective employers and university officials that their skills could not easily relate to the civilian world, a group of young veterans staged a coup of Patriot University on Monday. According to initial reports from local journalist Wendy Bluster, “250 soldiers armed with teargas, AK-47s, and possibly […]
To Soften Football’s Blow, Some Colleges Switch to “Commend Leaders” by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor DANVILLE, Illinois. As the medical dangers of football have become more widely-known, college administrators are struggling to deal with a game that is deeply embedded in the culture of undergraduate life. “We can’t just eliminate it,” says Norbert Cseko, dean […]
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