Universities Spend Millions on Summer Improvements That Will Be Destroyed Within 2 Weeks of Classes Starting
by AJ Marshfield & Darline Hayward Freelance Writers The sound of pneumatic drills has replaced the sound of music blaring out of dorm room windows, and construction workers have replaced the groups of students milling about between classes. It is summertime on university campuses and major facilities projects are underway: improvements that will, within the […]
Student Honor Court Justices from Atlas College traveled to Jacksonville, Florida on Wednesday to present a session for the National Conduct Best Practices conference. “I was super excited to be going to my first conference,” said sophomore Dorinda Francis. “Our proposal was about a topic that is a real passion of mine – social justice.” […]
Controversial “Don’t Prance, Don’t Frolic” Student Policy Repealed at Theatrical Music Dramatis Academy
by David Anthony Freelance Writer In a rare emergency board of trustees meeting at the Theatrical Music Dramatis Academy in San Jose, the clause in the student handbook prohibiting “free, open, and public physical expression through prancing or frolicking on academy grounds” has been repealed. The motion originally gained public notoriety when Student Government president […]
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