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Faculty Senate Surprised That 50% of Students Actually Think Professors Care About Them

November 7, 2017 12:00 pmComments Off on Faculty Senate Surprised That 50% of Students Actually Think Professors Care About Them
Faculty Senate Surprised That 50% of Students Actually Think Professors Care About Them

After convening for their fist meeting of the year on October 27th, the Faculty Senate revealed a shocking statistic that as much as 50% of the student population are under the naive and misguided impression that the faculty care for their wellbeing. In between vague promises to implement more diversity […]

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New Research Shows that First Line of Beowulf Translates to “Sup fools”

December 2, 2013 12:00 pmComments Off on New Research Shows that First Line of Beowulf Translates to “Sup fools”
New Research Shows that First Line of Beowulf Translates to “Sup fools”

This article payed for and endorsed by the Stanford English Department The tepid pool of Anglo-Saxon Literary Research is positively rippling with controversy after Dr. Walke of the University of Manchester suggested that the opening line of Beowulf should be translated as “How we have heard of the might of […]

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