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Homer questions appropriateness of lazy rivers at institutions of learning

Sanjay Paul October 15, 2014 0

Homer has recently been getting a lot of emails like this: “Increase Your Inbox And Received New Massage.” This was all very tempting — who doesn’t want a larger inbox or “received” a new

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Professor reflects on recent news story, nature of teaching profession

Sanjay Paul September 17, 2014 0

Homer read the headline “Idaho Professor Shoots Himself in the Foot” and was baffled. Professors have been known to make mistakes now and then. After all, thought Homer piously as he bit into a

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Professor argues importance of professional language choices

Sanjay Paul April 30, 2014 0

The news that an Elizabethtown College graduate had received admission to the Harvard Business School was gratifying. But a closer look at Harvard’s acceptance letter made Homer draw in his breath sharply. The letter

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Letter to the editor reflects on experiences at Yunus Center

Sanjay Paul April 3, 2014 0

We reach Dhaka airport at 2 a.m. Our flight is at 5 a.m., so we have plenty of time to check in, clear security and board the plane to Abu Dhabi (en route to

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Letter to the editor examines crimes of America’s wealthiest

Letter to the editor examines crimes of America’s wealthiest

Sanjay Paul January 29, 2014 0

If Homer had a mission in life, besides seeking to ensure a regular supply of scones at the Blue Bean, it would be to come to the aid of very rich people who get

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Letter to the editor expresses concerns about politician’s radical viewpoints

Sanjay Paul November 6, 2013 0

Former presidential candidate Rick Santorum is very familiar with the devil. Thanks to his warnings in 2008, America learned that Satan (the father of all devils) was insidiously attacking the “great institutions of America”—notably,

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American colleges face new challenges, threats

American colleges face new challenges, threats

Sanjay Paul September 18, 2013 0

Just when a college thinks it’s landed a $250 million gift —poof — it is taken away in a trice. In July, Homer noted, as he bit into a scone without icing, that Centre

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Spirit of altruism in Hoover

Sanjay Paul March 27, 2013 0

Homer was getting ready for his mathematical economics class. Partial derivatives would have to be found, equations solved, graphs drawn. Firms would be neck deep in profit maximization, while consumers gamely strove to maximize

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