Showing up on time and financial literacy are racist

Showing up on time and financial literacy are racist

Despite the legions of administrators thought policing our campuses, our universities still seem to put out endless amounts of insanity. I’ve covered the whole “Milk is racist” madness before, but today I’ll highlight two more. First up, trying to teach the sort of behavior that might lead to a means of paying off student loans […] … learn more→

7 steps to submit an assignment on time if you write College essays and papers for money

7 steps to submit an assignment on time if you write College essays and papers for money

To start with, it is not that easy. To ask someone to write college essays for money on OnlineCollegeEssay.com you need to do a great work yourself. If things are arranged properly, a writer is able to complete a good custom-written term paper before the final term. When any of the steps is neglected, you […] … learn more→

How to dress your resume for the job you want (Not the skills you have)

How to dress your resume for the job you want (Not the skills you have)

Before settling into my career as a professional college essay advisor and part-time acrobat (one of those things might not be true), I was pretty much a professional job searcher. Pinballing between the worlds of advertising, television promotion, educational marketing and freelance writing, my ability to revise my resume was continuously tested. Over the course […] … learn more→

Scientists are accidentally helping poachers drive rare species to extinction

Scientists are accidentally helping poachers drive rare species to extinction

If you open Google and start typing “Chinese cave gecko”, the text will auto-populate to “Chinese cave gecko for sale” – just US$150, with delivery. This extremely rare species is just one of an increasingly large number of animals being pushed to extinction in the wild by animal trafficking. What’s shocking is that the illegal […] … learn more→

Changes to the future of student loan servicing

Changes to the future of student loan servicing

On Thursday, the House Oversight Committee convened a hearing to address major errors within the Office of Federal Student Aid (FSA). Foremost on many committee members’ minds were questions about how FSA plans to manage its student loan servicing contractors going forward. Concern grew after Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced earlier this year that […] … learn more→

Our ‘selfish’ genes contain the seeds of our destruction – but there might be a fix

Our ‘selfish’ genes contain the seeds of our destruction – but there might be a fix

The human race is in so much trouble that it needs to colonise another planet within 100 years or face extinction. So says the physicist Stephen Hawking in an upcoming BBC documentary, Stephen Hawking: Expedition New Earth. According to Hawking, “with climate change, overdue asteroid strikes, epidemics and population growth, our own planet is increasingly […] … learn more→

Free thinking is a community service

Free thinking is a community service

With many US universities, in recent years, having become full-time academic factories, manufacturing petulant protests and PC meltdowns, is there someone out there who seriously thinks that students today are not focused enough on social justice? The answer, apparently, is a resounding “yes” – and it comes from the core of the educational establishment. Last […] … learn more→

Higher Ed’s tampon socialism follies

Higher Ed’s tampon socialism follies

Yes, the old sage ranting “it’s all crap” or “we have lost our way” is a bit of a cliché, but I honestly have more than just my own experience and opinions…I have evidence. Maybe it’s just a matter of opinion when I say standards have fallen…perhaps my memory (and my old tests) paint an […] … learn more→

5 important Supreme Court cases about education

5 important Supreme Court cases about education

When reading through legal case briefs the chances are you will come across numerous education court cases. There are even terms in the law dictionary that describe different court terminology specifically about education. Read on to find out about some of the more notable cases that changed education as we know it. The Board of […] … learn more→

Academics in ivory towers? It’s time to change the record

Academics in ivory towers? It’s time to change the record

Explaining my work as a director of communications and impact in an academic institution can sometimes prove challenging. A case in point was a recent conversation with a new acquaintance about work that went something along the lines of: “So, what is it you do again. Something about research isn’t it?” To which I replied: […] … learn more→