by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor GREENWICH, Conn. The nation’s leading clothing retailers for 18-22 year olds today joined forces to form the “Fashion Ivy League,” a network of upscale stores that will offer college classes to capitalize on their brand dominance in the whiny, over-privileged adolescent demographic. “The margin on college tuition is huge,” noted […]
by Matthew Michael Freelance Writer Inspired by state legislation that authorizes all Arizonans to deport others at will, the Student Conduct Office at Arizona Central University has proposed deportation as a sanction for academic misconduct cases. Seventy percent of the campus is in favor of the tough, new penalty. That majority includes Ted McCallister, a […]
by I.M. Knott-Tawkin Freelance Writer “What do you think you are wearing? Your hair looks funny. Gee, you talk good English!” These are among the ways a bold innovation in academic study will greet admissions’ recruits, says Check DeMonde, president of the new College of Intolerance. COI adopted its admissions practice in a response to […]
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