It’s time to submit your final grades, shoo those students out of their rooms and enter the third annual CronkNews online summer book club, hosted by Cronk head writer emeritus Irma Pelt. How does it work? Get the book. This year’s selection is Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We […]
by Erica Price Freelance Writer Headlines of budget cuts, hiring freezes, and elimination of academic and co-curricular programs paint a desperate picture of Porter State College in Waterville, Maine. As a result, President Avery Michaels knew she had to start paying closer attention to the impact of these cuts on campus life. Declining quality of […]
by Clara Webb Freelance Writer One of America’s oldest and most revered institutions of higher learning is launching a new graduate program designed to raise the standards of scholarship in many of academia’s traditional fields. The Doctor of Philosophy of the Order of Superior Honors (PhDOOSH) program will accept students from the departments of literature, […]
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