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Unhappy MU students meet new state chancellor

November 9, 2013

MANSFIELD — New Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Chancellor Dr. Frank Brogan met with a less than receptive audience at Mansfield University in an open session Friday....

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Justin1

Nov-12-13 8:19 AM

Thanks to the writer for explaining what PASHHEE is. Way to close the article on a strong note.

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USABorn

Nov-11-13 4:19 AM

Why blame the current state administration? They cannot correct in 2 years what the liberals have been ruining for years.

Liberal college administrators and liberal professors don't care whether the students are learning anything useful, as long as they are being indoctrinated to the liberal way of thinking.

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AVDatacom

Nov-10-13 1:28 PM

Lets all dance around the fact that the current administration in Harrisburg has done everything it could to eviscerate public higher education in Pennsylvania.

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DrG1994

Nov-10-13 10:13 AM

The problem is that employers want college graduates who have writing and critical thinking skills, skills that are not taught in traditional professional programs but are taught in the liberal arts disciplines. Cuts are being made that reduce the course offerings in the liberal arts--which means that students will be less prepared for jobs after graduation. The major doesn't matter; history majors are more likely to be hired as management trainees than business majors.

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nobud74

Nov-09-13 11:08 AM

An education, no matter in what field, is something that can never be taken from you and will serve you well in many ways through your life. But, that said, we need to have a higher education system that prepares our kids for real jobs. Unfortunately, many of the degrees these kids want saved do not lead to good jobs. A higher education is a business decision and financial decision for kids and their parents and they need to start treating it like the 100-200k investment it is.

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