Taking academe a little less seriously.
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The University of Alabama’s legal threat against a cake maker strikes many fans of the Crimson Tide as half-baked.
How well do you relate to a student born in 1994? Beloit College presents its annual list of things that have always been true for a new freshman class.
In preparation for the release of the Beloit College Mindset List, which purports to predict freshmen’s “cultural touchstones,” we’ve made our own.
“Doonesbury” takes on for-profit (and nonprofit) sacred cows in a series of strips on higher education.
A complicated font used by Idaho State University leaves some diplomas looking a little less than dignified.
A literary tailwind is gusting through financial-aid and risk-management meetings this season. Any more analogies whirling about?
It’s one of the few competitions in which the winner was the biggest flop.
About the only threat that the late head coach’s bronze image doesn’t face is being indicted.
A group of four physics students at the University of Leicester has concluded that the Caped Crusader’s method of gliding would quickly leave him “a bit splattered.”
The document, found between pages in a library volume, was produced by 16th-century cartographers who erroneously credited the New World’s discovery to Amerigo Vespucci.
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