On the same day we found out that fired professor Ward Churchill had his appeal heard by the state Supreme Court, we learned that a Republican regent candidate committed academic misconduct that was at least as bad as anything old Ward ever did, if not moreso.
Bob Stewart (August 27, 1920 – May 4, 2012), born Isidore L. Steinberg, was an American television game show producer. Stewart is known for creating popular game shows, including To Tell the Truth, Password and The Price Is Right.
Elise Jones and Garry Sanfaçon are facing off in the Dem primary for the District 1 seat being vacated by Will Toor. Yes, they are both opposed to fracking and GMOs, but they disagree on how aggressive the county’s approach should be in targeting them.
Why, yes, of course, Mitt. All 313 million Americans should definitely live in dwellings of more than 40,000 square feet on 16-acre estates (the figures for the Kentucky estate belonging to Papa John’s pizza-chain founder John Schnatter, whose home Romney was in when he made the comment).
As of Wednesday morning, the bear had retained Frank “The strong arm” Azar, and has filed suit. The bear claims that her civil rights were violated when she was drugged and then photographed in a compromising “super bear” pose while incapacitated.
News about CU using fish fertilizer on Norlin Quad to deter would-be pot-smokers on 4/20 made national news this week. And we thought the whole point of cracking down on 4/20 was to get negative news about CU out of the headlines.