Ruth-Anne O\’Malley, chief of campus police at Thurgood Marshall University, received the 2009 Presidential Tolerance Award from the National Administrative Advocates of Political Correctness (NAAPC). The award honors an administrator who has proven loyalty and tolerance to a college president who is also a boob. In return, the president can take credit for having played […]
by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor URBANA, Illinois. Tillie Peterson’s college days were cut short forty-five years ago when, at the age of 20, she decided to get married. “I’ve never regretted that decision,” says Tillie, “but I’ve always wondered how my life would have turned out if I’d gotten my degree.” Like many senior citizens […]
“We’re going green!” says a huge plastic banner that hangs above the housing office at Burton University. Staff at BU are touting themselves the first in the country to use a completely paperless housing system after opening. “Don’t even think about asking us for a room change,” said housing director Mack Janssen. “Once you’re in, […]
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