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"Despite the amazing record of achievement," the Ram assured readers, "Joan manages to preserve a heaping portion of feminine charm including a hint of that sometimes alluring trait of female impracticality." The Ram, presumably with tongue in cheek, marvelled at the new "species" of "women invaders" coming to join them.
Campus leaders braced students for the reality that they might, at long last, interact with women for reasons other than dating.
We also offer options to broaden your experience and cultural sensitivity by studying abroad for a semester in your second year, usually in North America or mainland Europe.
This English degree is for you, if you are passionate about understanding language, literature, and how the two connect.
Enthusiastic, research-active staff ensure you will study a stimulating, distinctive, and wide range of modules, covering topics, issues, texts and concepts in both language and literature, from canonical figures like Shakespeare, to cutting-edge contemporary fiction and theory, from the fundamentals of grammar and syntax to the redefinition of what the ‘English’ language is.
As part of this, we ensure that you engage with advanced linguistic concepts and literature from around the world.
Fordham University and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where Trump transferred to complete a bachelor degree in economics, were essentially credential factories.
To become the real estate mogul he envisioned, he needed these institutions but in the same dispassionate way that a mechanic, say, needs a socket wrench.
He left little discernible mark on Fordham or Pennsylvania, suggesting that he had a limited role within the communal life of the institutions he attended.
That creates a notable contrast between Trump and his chief Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, whose leadership legacy at Wellesley College is well documented.
Northumbria University aspire to help you as you help yourself in becoming a ‘citizen scholar’ who is able to think independently and make your own contribution to the world.