New Integrative Health Students?

Take a guess how many students are enrolled in this program's inaugural semester. No prize if you guess the correct number, but I'm sure at least some of you will have some interesting comments. No graemlins, please.

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I'm not sure about how much money he has but that theory does make sense to some degree. What approaches amazing me is the fact that a curriculum for the program was designed and approved by the State of Alabama about two years before Zhang allegedly showed up with money for the property.

 

this caper has been one subject of my several investigations into a theory that we are not alone in this universe and somehow we have been chosen as a lab. It is just too hard to believe mere humans can reckon as advisable some of them.

When I was at UNA in the last millennium, there had to be at least 10 to sign up for a course to be given. If under 10 signed up, it was dropped and tuition refunded.

 

The answer to my original question is four. That's right, only four are in the program this first semester. Are they heating a building for this or putting them in some other hall? Questions, questions!

Originally Posted by FVPOA:

When I was at UNA in the last millennium, there had to be at least 10 to sign up for a course to be given. If under 10 signed up, it was dropped and tuition refunded.

 

The answer to my original question is four. That's right, only four are in the program this first semester. Are they heating a building for this or putting them in some other hall? Questions, questions!

 

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I don't know whether that 10-student minimum is still a rule at the University of Numerous Athletes. but even if it is, you can see why they would relax it for the much-hyped Integrative Health Program.  I suspect they never had a Chinaman's chance of getting as many as 10 students in the inaugural year, but it would have been an embarrassment to postpone the offering for another year.

 

Maybe they conduct the IH classes in some remote basement corner of the former Florence Country Club building while the local geezers play Rook upstairs.

 

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