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College Towns Can Be Attractive Later in Life - The New York Times

I always wished when I retired, that I would live in a college or university town — places like Chapel Hill, NC, or perhaps Charlottesville, VA — places like that. 161 more words


Multiple Interviews

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So, Oxford initially told you that you were going to have two interviews but suddenly another pops up on the notice board and then another…what does this mean?! 335 more words


Cal State Long Beach Field Trip by Dominic M.

Last week, on October 14th, I went to Cal State Long Beach while a few others stayed behind. Here are some of my experiences while on the college campus. 334 more words

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Confessions of an Adjunct Instructor

When I graduated from college I never thought that I would be teacher. My dream job was being a writer, either a novelist or an essayist. 1,296 more words

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Court: NCAA Athletes Are Not Employees, Not Entitled To Minimum Wage

Even though collegiate athletes brings in untold fortunes for schools, TV networks, merchandise makers, ticket vendors, and the hospitality and travel industries, they are not — according to a federal appeals court — employees of their schools and are therefore not entitled to be paid anything. 976 more words


Social Justice Warriors

I should not like this video as much as I do.  (language warning)

And, I’m not being ironic.  I shouldn’t.  It’s angry, it’s rude, it’s demeaning, it’s everything that I should not be a fan of, no matter how much I might disagree with those the vitriol is aimed at.   999 more words


Three NC college presidents paid more than $1 million

Three North Carolina college presidents are among the top-paid private university leaders in the nation, the News & Record reported.

This trio — Richard Brodhead at Duke University, Nathan Hatch at Wake Forest University and Nido Qubein at High Point University — are three of the 39 private university presidents paid more than $1 million in 2014. 64 more words