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Gee Correct About WVU

April 15, 2014

At first glance, it might seem obvious that college and university presidents should make students their top priority....

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atoddh

Apr-16-14 12:49 AM

some makes a good point. Colleges are rackets now supported by student debt. Very bloated. Meanwhile the trades are being ignored.

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dyingov

Apr-15-14 4:54 PM

In 2003 the tuition/fees were $3,240 per year at WVU! So in 10 years the tuition/fees have increased 100%! I'm sure the working class has realized a 100% wage increase in the last 10 years! Funny stuff.

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sonofsaf

Apr-15-14 8:59 AM

Gordon Gee is in a unique position to address an asymmetric national security issue --- the prospect of cellular induced panics in large, confined crowds (stadiums, arenas, amphitheaters, etc.).

He has expressed an interest in this dilemma during his tenure at Ohio State.

People have a fundamental right to know that a LEGITIMATE stadium emergency evacuation order would NEVER originate from their personal cell phone or mobile device. The industry standard is to use the public address system.

Learn more: agsaf dot org

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SomeMoreEqual

Apr-15-14 6:30 AM

With the sort of babble we hear about how important students are is there no wonder these multi billion dollar Big College profit centers dont care whether a person should be at college or not. How many more young men and women must go into debt with a degree good for nothing?

Meanwhile dont touch them multi million dollar endowments. Thats for , uh, the Teachers.

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