Students are paying (going into debt) to the tune of $22,000 per year to receive wisdom from learned scholars such as this woman:
An assistant professor at California State Polytechnic University argues in a recent academic research paper that eastern fox squirrels are subjected to a “gendered, racialized, and speciesist” form of media bias.
Teresa Lloro-Bidart, an associate professor of liberal studies at Cal Poly, argues in a recently published postmodernist research paper that eastern fox squirrels are on the receiving end of racially-charged media bias. Lloro-Bidart claims that she worked towards such a conclusion by analyzing the coverage of eastern fox squirrels through “feminist posthumanist,” and “feminist food studies” lenses.
What is it with women with hypens in their names? Why are they
always so often nuts? (No offense to the racially marginalized squirrels.)
Update: Ace found an academic who has written a scholarly treatise about … I am not making this up… talking to an imaginary ghost of himself.