by Jack Snap Technology Beat Freelancer In its continuing quest to balance a tight budget and trim the fat from unnecessary overhead costs, College of the NorthSouth has announced that it will ban all faculty and formal classes beginning with the spring semester. “Students have voiced no objection to our innovative plan,” interim president Herb […]
by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor KALISPELL, Montana. Shirley Leung, a slight Asian-American woman who stands 5’4″ and weighs only 110 pounds, would seem an unlikely addition to a college football program on the rise, but that’s not the view of Joe Ray Diggs, head coach at Western Montana University. “Shirley will be a key player […]
by Aloysius St. Bernard Freelance Writer Matthew Wang, a promising up-and-comer in the Peyton Randolph University Residence Hall Association, is facing calls for his resignation, in response to recent allegations that he sent inappropriate photos to other students via the popular social networking service Twitter. Wang, who served as hall council representative for the 2nd […]
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