Comments of the Week: The School of Nursing and House of Cards

Last week Vox covered the Ebola outbreak’s impact on Georgetown’s programs in West Africa and an event featuring the President of Liberia and informed the prefrosh about CAPS and the arts at Georgetown.

James Madison jumped in on Vox‘s article about D.C.’s 90 remaining days of illegal handguns.

“The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. A well regulated militia, composed of the body of the people, trained to arms, is the best and most natural defense of a free country.”
– James Madison

Right, I’m sure that letting any regular dude who can sign some paperwork own this thing was exactly what he had in mind when he wrote that.

While John Oliver claimed that Aramark’s prison food contained some maggots, DINOJACK‘s friend found a different sort of furry friend in her Leo’s food.

My friend literally found a steamed caterpillar in her broccoli at Leo’s.

The NHS is getting a new dean, and Babs smells some shady House of Cards trickery behind it.

The NHS is a hot mess. There is definitely some politics going on behind this.

For instance the massive budget cuts and faculty downsizing that resulted from the lost income from all those hsci seniors graduating early last year. Federoff is mad with power and everyone knows it. This is what, their fourth dean in five years?

Also the NHS is impossible to get tenure in because it neither has money nor grad students for research. Everyone who gets tenure either publishes in policy research or educational journals. Just look at the Theos scandal.

Tldr, there is no leadership in the NHS. Get it together people.

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