by Brody K. Truce Senior Head Writer Emeritus “It started with just one spray,” recalls Jordan Mendez, a first year student living in Carter College’s Howe Hall. “It seemed so innocent, but now, here we are four weeks later.” And where they are is the middle of a four-week cloud of Axe Body Spray that […]
by Yremia Johnson Freelance Writer In a desperate attempt to retain talented staff, Chancellor Jard Bleaker announced that the university would begin hosting an annual prom. After asking employees for feedback on how to make his university an ‘employer of choice’ that would ‘stimulate and challenge’ its talented workforce, the chancellor’s special task force concluded […]
Dr. Karen Polonzo, professor of sociology, brought new life to Grand Voise University’s Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day. “Interest in the program has waned over the years, and we’ve always blamed the faculty because they refused to participate in the finger painting fest and the cookie decorama,” said activities director Buddy Ewell. […]
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