Well they call it a final battle but really it’s smack dab right in the middle of the fighting season.This year almost two thousand fighters from across the nation left the real world behind to enter the realm of mighty heroes.Colleges and universities are no different than other organizations in this regard.
Fighters from the Columbus College of Art & Design, outlying colleges, and communities around central Ohio took the field en masse to fortify and make a home for the week.
There we entrenched ourselves against the weather and roving bands of marauders hellbent on stealing our banner and disrupting our good times. We marched to the field in the hundreds and fought bravely to earn our seat at the tavern every night.
Against this backdrop, universities and other organizations have been forced to decide whether it's worth the time, trouble and money (about $200 per domain) to take control of their sites.
Some experts don't think there's a lot to be worried about for the vast majority of institutions. So I don't see any reason not to do it," said Greg Jackson, vice president for policy and analysis at Educause, a nonprofit that promotes the use of technology in higher education. Louis College of Pharmacy, which recently picked up "Not really," agreed Chad Shepherd, the school's vice president of information technology.
It may have been a choice that we wouldn’t personally make, or not everyone would make.
But she made it and she had the right to make it.” So as the film took shape, it became about more than the scandalous headlines that flew around the world in early 2014 when Miriam Weeks (who performed under the name Belle Knox) was outed by a classmate who recognized her in a movie.
"It wouldn't necessarily be anyone who even knew much about us," said Karen Daubert, the university's trademark and brand manager.
That's just one of the reasons for the school's decision to register washu.xxx, along with and
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Before Lifetime agreed to make a movie called “From Straight A’s to XXX,” inspired by the true story of a Duke University freshman who moonlighted as a porn star to pay for college, the network had one condition.
And don't expect to find much if you visit any of those addresses.