New meaning for "Sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll".
There's more detail in the article, but the principal reasons are as follows: they're smart and their very survival depends on it.
"More than half of web traffic comes from automated programs—many of them malicious."
In North Carolina it's "Insect bite".
As I've stated before here, you all are welcome to come, but pay for your own darn schools and roads.
This doesn't seem to have been smart marketing:
The film, however, did not benefit from the official support of the Porsche brand.
Obviously we'd prefer Star Trek. But I make the odds at no better than 50-50.
Somewhere there's probably a reasonable explanation, but I can't think of what it would be.
On my truth meter this scores 100%:
The people who believe that there can be no art, literature, culture, or life apart from politics are people who do not understand art, literature, culture, or politics, and whose lives are sad and sadly deficient.
Cut way back on the accreditation follies. I second the motion.
When faculty ask administrators why they put up with the burgeoning accreditation nonsense, their excuse is always that it’s better than direct regulation by the federal government. The government, after all, has designated accreditation by one of the monopolistic regional accrediting associations as what’s required to qualify for federally subsidized loans for students and other federal aid.