by ZackFord Freelance Writer Gherkin College has always prided itself on its tradition of academic integrity, but this week the campus is divided over the enforcement of a long-forgotten academic policy still on the books. In late 2008, Assistant Professor Jeffrey Rover in the Food Sciences department found substantial evidence that his colleague, Professor Siobhan […]
by Irma Pelt Senior Staff Writer After years of debate regarding the effectiveness of the current BCS tournament bowl system for college football, the organization has finally found compelling evidence not to change over to a traditional playoff model. “For years we’ve been pressured to align our football championship with the NCAA men’s and women’s […]
by Monty Tufnel and Henry Wenslydale Freelance Writers Coming on the heels of the University’s controversial proposal to monitor adjunct faculty work hours, Smothers University President, Dr. Leland Popovich, has been getting death threats upon the release of The Chronicle of Higher Education’s annual list of Private College Executive Compensation. The death threats started as […]
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