Monthly Archives: October 2011

Ribbons Don’t Work. Knock It Off.

Just ran across my next post, already written! My thanks to Beehive and Birdsnest for saving me the trouble of writing this next post. This goes out to all the policy analysts out there. Study this: Red Ribbon Week: An … Continue reading

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Slap Butt Friday

(You don’t even know he’s looking. Then you’re mad. You people sadden me.) When I was in school, things were different. We grew up in a very rural part of America and in an area that was not interested in … Continue reading

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“Who Do You Think You Are?!”–Mom

I know this won’t be a major publication on anyone’s list, but it bothers me that this was even written, especially in 2011. Three authors are telling the higher education community to talk to each other. Worse. People see this … Continue reading

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