One morning, I successfully finished my driving class and I proceeded to my next subject. As I was walking at the sidewalk near the canteen (the canteen next to the university store), I caught sight of a familiar scene; a student guard giving a notice to a lady whose skirt hemline is above her beautiful knees. 338 more words
Rhodes University distinguished Teaching Awards 2013. 342 more words
Our professor deserves to have a play written about him. He fumbles every morning to unlock the door to our classroom—a small space at the Paris American Academy, which spills directly out onto Rue Saint Jacques—vivaciously mumbling French (mostly to himself) as he struggles. 686 more words
New York Times — Lisa Miller is a professor of psychology and education at Columbia University. One day she entered a subway car and saw that half of it was crowded but the other half was empty, except for a homeless man who had some fast food on his lap and who was screaming at anybody who came close. 69 more words
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A local professor is facing charges, according to federal prosecutors.
Temple University Physics Department Chair Xiaoxing Xi is charged with four counts of wire fraud in an alleged scheme to share sensitive U.S. 169 more words