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If you have ever wondered why
Disney’s tales all end in lies
Here’s what happened following all their dreams came true
I loved being princess down in — this stunning ocean blue
But mermaids are going missing — they finish up in someone’s stew
So just try to place your self in — to somebody else’s gills
You are killing my ecosystem — with fishing and oil spills
Thank you BP, thank you BP
The British are killing, oil is spilling
Now I can not see… MY EYES!
Chinamen feast on Flounder’s fins
Plus the Japanese killed all my whale pals
Oceans are browning, I think I am drowning
Thanks to BP
Hey, I am OK, but I am slightly scared
My husband’s a mark for the War on Terror
Aladdin was taken by the CIA
We’re not Taliban
You’ve got the wrong man
In Guantanamo Bay
Prince Ali, exactly where could he be, drowning in wawa
Interrogation from the nation of the “totally free”
Bin Laden’s taken the fall
We’re not trained pilots at all
Jafar went crazy and no a single put up a fuss
We’re for freedom, Genie can vouch for us
Bush was crazy, Obama’s lazy, al-Qaeda’s not in this country
Set free of charge my Prince Ali
A whore! A whore!
A whore, a whore, a whore!
This town’s gone wild considering that I married Adam
They feel I’m going straight to hell
But the charges laid on me
Could wind up obtaining me thrown in a cell
No, I’m overrun by mad guys
I hear they program to burn me at the stake
They legit think I am Satan
And now I hear that PETA’s gonna take my beast away
After John Smith traveled back to England
I helped my folks cultivate the fields
Far more English, French, and Spaniards came to pay a visit to
And they greeted us with guns and germs and steel
They forced us into unknown lands of exile
They pillaged, raped, and left us all for dead
So now I am far far more liberal with a weapon
When I separate their bodies from their heads
Have you ever held the entrails of an English guy?
Or bit the beating hearts of Spanish males?
Can you shoot an arrow in some French guy’s eyeball?
Can you paint with the red colors in these men
I can murder if I please
Result in I am dying of illness
I can paint with the red colors in these males
Thanks to BP
Where’s Prince Ali?
I’ve got STDs
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Autumn Colors – Antioch College
Can Antioch College Return From the Dead Once again?
The long corridors of Antioch Hall are dark. The fluorescent lights, maybe 50 years old and never updated, do not operate. The vinyl floor tiles are loose. There are cobwebs and puddles on the floor, and the entire location smells of mold. You have to squint, practically, to image this four-story brick creating as the birthplace of 1 of the most vaunted experiments in American higher education.
Antioch College held its first classes right here in 1853. There were ladies among the school’s early students, as referred to as for in the charter of the Christian Connexion, the church group that founded Antioch amid the cornfields and forests of Yellow Springs, Ohio. Blacks quickly matriculated as effectively. And the college’s initial president, Horace Mann, the Massachusetts-born education reformer, instilled a spirit of moral resolve that has lingered ever since. At the 1859 commencement, just weeks just before he died, Mann exhorted that year’s Antioch graduates: “I beseech you to treasure up in your hearts these my parting words. Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity.”
In the decades that followed, Antioch flourished as a cradle of social activism and freethinking. It was the most liberal of liberal arts colleges. . . . However Antioch College has been on shaky monetary ground for its complete existence. 4 times — in 1863, 1881, 1919 and 2008 — it has had to close. Subsequent month, it will reopen once more. The college has been sending recruiters to college fairs nationwide for a year now, sooner or later hoping to draw brainy iconoclasts prepared to pay $35,000 in annual tuition and room and board. The program is to have 110 students subsequent year and 1,200 students in a decade or so. But when Antioch kicks off the college year on Oct. 4, it will do so as a sort of nanoschool, possessing selected to commence with just 35 freshmen from a pool of 145 applicants. This starter batch of students will enjoy 4-year complete scholarships, paid for with the interest earned from Antioch’s $25 million endowment. They’ll begin, according to Antioch’s promotional literature, “with the premise that the way we live now is not sustainable.” They will be enrolled in a series of “global seminars” — on power, food, water and wellness — as properly as far more regular liberal arts courses like Drawing I and Existentialism. Following Antioch tradition, they will be anticipated to devote nine quarters on campus and six off campus engaged in “co-op” jobs (on organic farms or in chemistry labs, for instance) meant to reinforce their classroom function.
Antioch College is a private, independent liberal arts college in Yellow Springs, Ohio, United States. It was the founder and the flagship institution of the six-campus Antioch University technique.
Founded in 1852 by the Christian Connection, the college began operating in 1853 with politician and education reformer Horace Mann as its very first president.
Amongst 1921 and 2008, the college’s educational strategy blended practical work experience with classroom finding out, and participatory community governance. Students received narrative evaluations alternatively of academic letter grades.
In June 2007, the University’s Board of Trustees announced that Antioch College would be suspending operations as of July 2008. Antioch University transferred the assets, including the college campus, a $20 million endowment, Glen Helen and the Antioch Overview, to the Antioch College Continuing Corporation in 2009 for $5 million. Given that then, the Antioch College Continuing Corporation has raised almost $17 million from alumni in its quest to reopen in fall 2011.
Horace Mann, Antioch’s first president, ran the college from its founding in 1853 till his death in 1859. In 1859, Mann gave his final commencement speech, like what became the college’s motto: "Be ashamed to die till you have won some victory for humanity."
In the 1950s Antioch faced pressure from the powerful Property Un-American Activities Committee and faced criticism from several region newspapers because it did not expel students and faculty accused of getting Communist leanings. College officials stood firm, insisting that freedom begins not in suppressing unpopular concepts but in holding all ideas up to the light. The school, such as professors and administration, was also involved in the early stages of the American Civil Rights Movement and was a supporter of free of charge speech.
Antioch became increasingly progressive and financially healthier for the duration of the 1960s and early 1970s under the Presidency of Dr. James P. Dixon. The student body topped out at around 2,400 students, the college owned house all more than Yellow Springs and beyond, and the college grew all through the decade. It started to appear in literary works and other media as an icon of youth culture, serving, for instance, as the setting for a portion of Philip Roth’s novel, Portnoy’s Complaint, and an S.J. Perelman satire, "To Yearn Is Subhuman, To Forestall Devine." At this time, Antioch became 1 of the primary sources of student radicalism, the New Left, the anti-Vietnam War movement, and the Black Energy movement in the area. The town of Yellow Springs became an island of liberal and progressive activism in southern Ohio.
In the early 2000s enrollment declined to just over 600 students. This combined with a declining economy triggered Antioch University to institute a "Renewal Program" in 2003. The controversial plan referred to as for restructuring Antioch’s first year plan into finding out communities and upgrading campus facilities. Several students and faculty stated that they were shut out of planning. Antioch University’s Board of Trustees committed to five years of funding for the renewal program but discontinued this commitment to the college three years into the strategy.
Simultaneously with the announcement of the renewal plan, the University’s Board of Trustees announced mandated employees cuts at the college, including the elimination of the Office of Multicultural Affairs. Student anger over the mandated renewal strategy and program cuts led to a student-initiated protest entitled "People of Color Takeover", which garnered adverse media consideration.
With the implementation of the controversial renewal program, enrollment dropped from 650 students to 370 in two years, a decline that several feel was a outcome of the curriculum change mandated by the Board of Trustees. At an Antioch University Board of Trustees meeting in June 2007 the Board stated that even though the college was only in its third year of implementation of the program they had not raised the funds needed, and that the college would be indefinitely closed at the end of the 2007-08 academic year.
Numerous Antioch alumni and faculty, upset at the prospect of the loss of the college’s legacy, started organizing and raising funds in an work to save the college, maintain it open without interruption, and achieve greater transparency in its governance. In August 2007, the college faculty filed suit against the Board of Trustees, charging that the Board was violating various contractual obligations.
The college closed as promised on June 30, 2008. In early 2011 it began recruiting faculty for the 2011-2012 academic year likewise, it began a campaign to attract a "pioneer class" of freshmen to re-open the college.
Antioch College’s rebirth is taking hold
Antioch — known nationally for its progressive approach to education and for individualistic graduates who created their mark on everything from Congress to Hollywood — has been a big portion of the identity of this southwestern Ohio village for nearly 160 years.
For Mr. Derr, the worst portion about his alma mater getting closed has been the depressing silence.
"I walk about this campus and I appear at the sidewalks and not seeing faculty or students walking — it does not feel right," he mentioned.
By elycefeliz on 2011-ten-22 15:37:03