by Schubert Lovenkraft Freelance Writer In a decision that has seemed increasingly inevitable in recent years, the Nevada legislature voted today to eliminate all higher education in the state of Nevada by the end of the fiscal year. “In the end, we just couldn’t come up with enough good reasons to keep it,” explained Majority […]
by Anselmo Watkins Freelance Writer Meroyta University, a 45-year-old 2,500-student commuter college in Amarillo, Texas, simply vanished into nothingness overnight leaving students, employees and neighbors confused and worried. “This is not a case where the college is suffering from insolvency and shut down,” said now-apparently-former-Trustee “Big” Rich Rollings, a local oilman who graduated from the […]
“With the economy in the toilet, and my life as an educator-humorist taking off, it’s the perfect time to offer a no-risk proposition to college leaders,” says Leah Wescott. “Wescott” is the pen name of the editor-in-chief of the satirical higher education blog the Cronk of Higher Education. “I need exposure and schools need a […]
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