by K-FOAG Freelance Writer In these dog-eat-dog economic times, tenure is becoming an increasingly rare option for academic hopefuls. As a coveted job-security status, tenure has represented a holy grail for professorial types who are subsequently able to replace introductory course teaching with rarefied personal projects. However, for quality control purposes, tenure is only granted […]
The board of trustees at Red Spruce University in southern Arizona is in the final stages of approving a groundbreaking new policy that it promises will eliminate 100 percent of its campus’s cultural appropriation complaints. Cultural appropriation is, the adoption or use of elements of one culture by members of a different culture and a […]
by Josh Bond Freelance Writer When the new Student Activities Center opens at Atlantic University this fall, there will be no shortage of space for student organizations. An entire meeting room on the third floor will be made available for student use. “Since the building was funded almost entirely with Student Activities Fee money, we […]
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