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by Robert Shibley at The Daily Caller
Are you ready for a career change? Think the challenging field of college administration might be your ticket to exciting, high-paying employment? If so, first answer these questions: Do you believe in magic? Are you terrified of letters, or jokes, or art? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, please do yourself and everyone else a favor and stay out of college administration. If you don’t, you might might find yourself listed in a future edition of the below: the year’s dumbest campus free speech cases...
Schools: University of Central Florida Modesto Junior College Dixie State University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cases: Modesto Junior College: Students Barred from Distributing Constitutions on Constitution Day Dixie State University: School Rejects Student Group Because Its Name Includes Greek Letters University of Central Florida: Professor Suspended for In-Class Joke