by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor CHILLICOTHE, Ohio. Four decades ago Melissa Morton’s mother Marilyn taped a peace sign to her mortarboard on graduation day at Waldmore University, a small gesture that was part of a larger wave of activism as students became commencement speakers for the first time. “We were rebels but we wanted to […]
by Yremia Johnson Freelance Writer Early this year Metropolitic University administrators began researching methods to reduce the university’s dependence of fossil fuels and increase student safety. Through a stroke of true inspiration an elegantly simple solution was found. By fall they had installed an intricate system of over 700 interlocking zip lines to transport students […]
“I don’t understand why I’m here,” said Vice President of Student Engagement Connie Tilden at her first couples counseling session with her significant other Assessment Data. “I love Data!” Tilden agreed to attend therapy only after Data threatened to end their relationship. “Connie tells me all the time that she loves me, and I admit […]
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