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2015 Best Colleges Announced by U.S. News & World Report
2015 Best Colleges Announced by U.S. News & World Report
Pep Talk for Students and Teachers Given by Child President
Pep Talk for Students and Teachers Given by Child President
Teacher Tenure in California Struck Down by Superior Court Judge
Teacher Tenure in California Struck Down by Superior Court Judge
$10M for Harvard Law Fellowships
$10M for Harvard Law Fellowships
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2015 Best Colleges Announced by U.S. News & World Report

2015 Best Colleges Announced by U.S. News & World Report Summary: U.S. News & World Report has published the 30th edition of the Best Colleges rankings, adding new features such as crime safety reports and federal loan information. The 30th edition of the Best Colleges rankings has been released by…>read more

No Comment September 10, 2014

Pep Talk for Students and Teachers Given by Child President

Pep Talk for Students and Teachers Given by Child President Summary: A young ‘President’ has filmed a pep talk for students and teachers across the country as the new school year begins.  If you are looking to watch a cute, yet important video today, make the video embedded in this post…>read more

No Comment August 20, 2014

Teacher Tenure in California Struck Down by Superior Court Judge

Teacher Tenure in California Struck Down by Superior Court Judge The tenure and seniority system in the California public school system has been struck down in court, according to the LA Times. Judge Rolf M. Treu, from Los Angeles County Superior Court, said that laws for job security are unconstitutional…>read more

No Comment June 11, 2014

$10M for Harvard Law Fellowships

$10M for Harvard Law Fellowships According to a press release, the gift from Sumner Redstone $10 million donation to Harvard Law School for public-interest fellowships is reported to be the biggest charitable contribution that the law school has ever received in support of public service.…>read more

No Comment January 10, 2014

Samsung Factory Site Riot In Vietnam

Samsung Factory Site Riot In Vietnam Samsung was founded by Lee Byung-chul in 1938 as a trading company. Now, the South Korean electronics giant, Samsung Electronics is building a new $3.2 billion factory in northern Thai Nguyen province. But it looks like the new factory is…>read more

No Comment January 10, 2014

60 Second Anti-Speeding Ad

60 Second Anti-Speeding Ad Cheezburger.com has an article posted on their blog titled, “This New Zealand Anti-Speeding Ad Needs Only 60 Seconds to Break Your Heart.” The video advertisement featured is intent on provoking a strong emotional response. New Zealand and the U.K. are…>read more

No Comment January 9, 2014

NRA Flays Media, Videogame-Makers; Hints Guns Can Create Jobs

NRA Flays Media, Videogame-Makers; Hints Guns Can Create Jobs On Friday, the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre made a pitch at the press conference that made people wonder how this guy allegedly gets paid a million dollars a year. Given, that protesters broke in and tried to disrupt his speech twice,…>read more

No Comment December 22, 2012

Penn State Sorority Chi Omega Stirs Ire with Mexico Mocking Photograph

Penn State Sorority Chi Omega Stirs Ire with Mexico Mocking Photograph A liberal education is by nature one of the least tolerant atmospheres for slurs or race-playing shenanigans. So when the Penn State chapter of Chi Omega was photographed riffing on Mexican culture at a Mexican fiesta themed social around Halloween,…>read more

No Comment December 6, 2012

NYU Students Discover how to Reply All to all 40,000 Students, Mayhem Ensues

NYU Students Discover how to Reply All to all 40,000 Students, Mayhem Ensues Once you discover an exploit in old technology, you would be a fool to ignore it. And the 40,000 students at New York University are not fools. Well… They can act the fool. It all started when the university sent…>read more

No Comment November 28, 2012

Is a Liberal Arts Degree Valid Any Longer?

Is a Liberal Arts Degree Valid Any Longer? These are tough times for the liberal arts. This deepest of Western traditions, which extends to antiquity with the Greeks, continued through the medieval ages, blossomed again in the Renaissance, only to turn morbid and nearly die in the 20th…>read more

No Comment September 25, 2012

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