Why do so many of America’s educational institutions languish in mediocrity, while the University of Alabama soars toward the triumphant pinnacle of excellence?
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alabama students and faculty won’t have to worry about missing class to attend the national title football game in Pasadena.
The university canceled classes from Jan. 6-8. . . .
The top-ranked Crimson Tide plays No. 2 Texas on Jan. 7 at the Rose Bowl.
Let’s face it, folks: Insignificant schools like Harvard and Yale simply lack the kind of commitment to excellence necessary to becoming a genuinely first-class institution of higher learning.
If you don’t mind your kid becoming a loser, send him to Cambridge or New Haven. Only winners need apply at Tuscaloosa.
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