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Slippery Rock or Slippery Slope?

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Submitted by Shosh (United States), Apr 12, 2006 at 23:34

It is obvious to all but but the ignorant elites running Slippery Rock that it may be too far down the slippery slope on which it is descending.

The only thing that can save the "patient" is to have all the old blood (the current so-called "scholars" and administrative hacks) drained and immediately infuse new blood -- scholars and administrators that are both untainted and without partisan or ideological biases that only serve to poison the academic environment and discourage a TRUE exchange of ideas.
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