Tuesday, 20 May 2014 08:29
Jindal's war: LSU bleeding Petroleum Engineering Faculty
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lsu-boardRevelation at the Legislature today! (we know, too sad to watch most days, so what’s the point?)
Enjoyable quote here regarding two unassailable totems here in the gret stet.


Mike Hasten [email protected]  21h
LSU's King Alexander: "We're dangerously close to losing our accreditation in petroleum engineering." LSU needs more faculty.


Let’s break this all down.
LSU. Flagship university of our LSU FIGHTING TIGERS! DA DA-DA DAAAA!
Petroleum engineering! Lifeblood of industry that steers the tiller of the gret stet. You know, our blood! Black gold! The gret industry! Our saviors!
So, due to Bobby Jindal’s ridiculous war on college affordability and the basic function of higher education, LSU now is in danger of losing accreditation in one of the most important careers for our state. Trying to make it in this state? Guess what? Forget about growing our own petroleum engineers! Just keep rowing to the drumbeat. Nothing to see here.
Enjoy your slop, prols!

Written by Lamar White, Jr., publisher of CenLamar.

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