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Rutgers- Asking Great Questions.
Unfortunately, some people forgot to ask great questions during this past week.
I can make fun of it because it’s my alma mater.

Rutgers- Asking Great Questions.

Unfortunately, some people forgot to ask great questions during this past week.

I can make fun of it because it’s my alma mater.

theatlantic:

How Bad Is the Job Market For College Grads? Your Definitive Guide

[Data: BLS Monthly Labor Review, Economic Policy Institute]

The newspaper I used to work for, The Asbury Park Press, printed the f-word — THE ENTIRE WORD — not once, but TWICE, in its Mike Rice story. And the f-bombs are followed by anti-gay slurs.
Now, even though there is an editor’s note preceding the story warning of derogatory language, was it really necessary to print them out? I think the majority of people could guess what they are even if they contained dashes.
What do you think? Should news organizations still adhere to stringent rules about profanity? Or should it not faze us anymore? Does it even matter?
Photo: Al Bello/Getty Images

The newspaper I used to work for, The Asbury Park Press, printed the f-word — THE ENTIRE WORD — not once, but TWICE, in its Mike Rice story. And the f-bombs are followed by anti-gay slurs.

Now, even though there is an editor’s note preceding the story warning of derogatory language, was it really necessary to print them out? I think the majority of people could guess what they are even if they contained dashes.

What do you think? Should news organizations still adhere to stringent rules about profanity? Or should it not faze us anymore? Does it even matter?

Photo: Al Bello/Getty Images

Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice’s Wikipedia page at some point today, in light of the video surfacing where he hurled gay slurs and balls at players.
My alma mater is never in the news for good things.

Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice’s Wikipedia page at some point today, in light of the video surfacing where he hurled gay slurs and balls at players.

My alma mater is never in the news for good things.

inothernews:

sbnation:

Here’s Rutgers’ uniforms for their football spring game, representing the 90 towns affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Wonderful.

YEAH!

inothernews:

sbnation:

Here’s Rutgers’ uniforms for their football spring game, representing the 90 towns affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Wonderful.

YEAH!

emergentfutures:

Here’s Exactly How Many College Graduates Live Back at Home
Full Story: The Atlantic


::raises hand regrettably::

emergentfutures:

Here’s Exactly How Many College Graduates Live Back at Home

Full Story: The Atlantic

::raises hand regrettably::

(via theatlantic)

fred-wilson:

catastrophe is opportunity
(via How to Save College | The Awl)

great.

fred-wilson:

catastrophe is opportunity

(via How to Save College | The Awl)

great.

(via fastcompany)

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