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This Week in Higher Ed

•Harvard has hired its first fun czar, Zac Corker, a recent Harvard grad whose job is to build spirit and help stressed-out students unwind. (The Boston Globe/Reuters, 1/13/05)

•Saying shes fed up with corrupt corporate culture, Alabama heiress Mignon Smith has endowed a $10 million scholarship program for Alabama students with as low as a C average, as long as they have a record of family and community service. (The New York Times, 1/12/05)
•Harvard has hired its first “fun czar,” Zac Corker, a recent Harvard grad whose job is to build spirit and help stressed-out students unwind. (The Boston Globe/Reuters, 1/13/05)

•Saying she's fed up with corrupt corporate culture, Alabama heiress Mignon Smith has endowed a $10 million scholarship program for Alabama students with as low as a C average, as long as they have a record of family and community service. (The New York Times, 1/12/05)