Living 'The Good Life': How Brown University Students Are Learning To Ask The Big Questions
In the world of higher education, it's not unusual for campuses to host visiting professors and guest lecturers by the dozen, all vying to bring the buzziest theorists, authors and scientists to speaking halls across the country.
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#1 Oct 5, 2013
Taxpayers might get pissed when they read about this! And federal dependents and their pet media sluts, say that the Tea Party people are nuts about budget cuts.
"...with the National Endowment for the Humanities giving $2.2 million in grants over four years to fund college courses on “enduring questions." Among them are one on virtue at John Jay College in New York, a class on love at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pa., and Emory University's course, How Does One Live a Life That Ends?"
Happiness with job security, benefits and pensions? Get tenure or a government job.
#2 Oct 6, 2013
Hey, can me and my NRA buddies get us some federal and state and university money to do us some studies, like ya know, but they will take a few new firearms and a hell of a lot of ammo?
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