“No. Ethics are subjective and you can’t force your own values and beliefs on others.”
Arts and Sciences
“I don’t think that it will necessarily solve or prevent the problem, but I do think it is important to be informed.”
Arts and Sciences
As the Justice Department and the Securities Exchange Commission find more and more financial institutions guilty of unethical business dealings, the question arises as to whether business education places enough emphasis on morality.
At the John M. Olin School of Business, the professors have not turned a blind eye to the recent scandals surrounding the heads of Enron and Worldcom.
ST. LOUIS – Living at home while going to college-it’s the time-honored way to do a degree on the cheap.
And it seems to be on the way out.
Except for community colleges, pure commuter colleges are getting harder to find all the time. Over the past several years, many of these schools have started new campus housing or expanded or remodeled their existing supplies.
Students who plan to take the graduate records examination but feel it has been a while since English 1001 may now want to brush up on their writing skills.
Chrissy Sphar, a elementary education senior, wanted to take the GRE at the end of this semester until hearing the test will be updated in October.
Coming on the heels of the “stolen election” that still looms large over America’s political landscape and the contentious fight for control over the U.S. Senate, the 2003 political campaigns are going to be viciously fought out until the very end.
Many of the dead-heat races are here in Missouri.
Racial, ethnic and socioeconomic disparities persist on the SAT I, according to a report released by the College Board Tuesday.
The largest ethnic gaps were between the African American and white test-takers. There was a 106 point gap in math and a 97 point gap in verbal scores, according to information obtained by the Daily Cal.
Students will soon begin to reacquaint themselves with Olin Library. Returning students, however, will notice that Olin is definitely not the same as it was two years ago-or even last April.
Over the summer, construction workers installed a temporary wall around the outside of Olin, and they renumbered the floors inside the library.
Tuesday, August 27
7:03 p.m., SEXUAL OFFENSE, EADS HALL-A suspicious person was observed by the victim as the same subject soliciting him for sex yesterday in Olin Library. Officers arrested suspect.
Wednesday, August 28
12:17 p.m., LARCENY-THEFT, ATHLETIC COMPLEX-Four lockers in men’s locker room were broken into.
First Friday features new events, Real World
First Friday, an annual tradition that greets students at the end of their first week of classes, will feature games and a special lecture this year. Starting at 3 p.m. in the Swamp, inflatable games and food will be available.
Students who procrastinate in their academic work often lag behind their peers in diet, sleep patterns and overall fitness, according to a recent study reported in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
The study attributes procrastinators’ bad habits to “avoidant coping styles.