Month: March 2018

Making a jump from high-ability high propagandize to college of obtuse educational standing can be a genuine downer

“Families speak a lot about wanting a college that’s a ‘good fit,’” pronounced investigate co-author Matthew Andersson, Ph.D., partner highbrow of sociology in Baylor University’s College of Arts Sciences. “Making a transition to a college of ‘lesser’ educational feat — relations to that of one’s […]

At the Justice Dept.’s Death Penalty Unit, Accusations of Favoritism, Gender Bias and Unwanted Groping

“The Department of Justice takes these allegations extremely seriously but cannot discuss specific employee disciplinary actions, or comment on internally handled personnel actions or matters that may impact personal privacy,” said Ian Prior, a Justice Department spokesman. The department confirmed that it referred some allegations […]