by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor KALISPELL, Montana. They are, to hear them tell it, the most unloved of all academics. “The English professors get laid, the economics guys moonlight as consultants,” says philosophy professor Normand Treacher. “But us?” he says as he looks at his rust-riddled 1994 Toyota Camry, “nobody cares whether we tell them […]
Administrators at universities across the United States are basking in their own hipness this year as thousands of new Facebook groups have emerged to represent their departments and events. “The freshmen really think we\’re cool,” said James Pollens, director of admissions for Angelica Community College in Utah. “We\’ve had over fifteen students join our \’Proud […]
The Department of Academic Advising at New Amsterdam College has begun a campaign to renew personal relationships through a training model that emphasizes paper. “For us, paper is much more personal because it requires that we hand it to you,” said advising coordinator Norma Peters, who has worked for the college for 30 years. “We’ve […]
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