Monday, August 16, 2010

Gynecology in the Ancient World

This is what passes for history at Emory.

For some time many parents have been staggered at the cost of college and wondered whether they're paying for a lot of useless PC.

Kathleen Parker for once has cut the cute and done a service to highlight some schools doing an exemplary job:

On a user-friendly Web site, "What Will They Learn?" (, which is being updated on Monday, visitors can compare the major public and private universities in all 50 states. Of the 714 four-year institutions reviewed, more than 60 percent received a grade of C or worse for requiring three or fewer of the key subjects. Only 16 received an A, among them: Baylor University, City University of New York -- Brooklyn College, Texas A&M University, the U.S. Air Force Academy, the U.S. Military Academy, the University of Arkansas and St. Thomas Aquinas.
No surprise these schools tend to be more conservative.

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