As Atlas College celebrates its thirtieth consecutive year at the top of US News and World Report’s regional college list, mathematicians have discovered a quantum anomaly in Atlas’s economic structure. With tuition priced at nearly $80,000 per academic year, Atlas has exactly zero sons or daughters of its faculty and staff in attendance. “We are […]
by Teena Angst Freelance Writer Fort Lauderdale, FL. Hannover Cruise Lines announced today that it will actively seek college student affairs personnel to fill activities planning, housekeeping, food service and room booking positions for their cruise line. Vice President of Operations Lindsey Smith explained that the idea occurred to her when a recent cruise manager […]
by Con Chapman Freelance Writer CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Harvard University yesterday announced a shift in tactics in its war on fraudulent work by faculty, saying it will allow professors to make stuff up in order to deter them from plagiarism. “Plagiarism is a liability because people sue when you steal from them,” said President Drew Gilpin […]
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