The academic mice who run Mice U. nurture a wide range of political speech, but not too wide.
One of our academic mice condescends to write columns for the local newspaper, to educate the ignorant townies. They mystery is why they don’t appreciate it.
No, we don’t discriminate in admissions, for some definitions of “discriminate.”
Discrimination is allowable only to remedy past injustice, as the academic mice explore in this strip.
Don’t you love it when professors, whatever their own political views, respect the views of others as well?
Only essential spending is allowed when the budget is frozen, but definitions of “essential spending” vary widely.
Greed is a terrible thing. But getting public subsidies so students can be charged more and more . . . well, that’s not so bad.
Let’s see, what are the qualifications for a good college president? These academic mice provide the search committee’s perspective.
Our academic professor mice are so diligent in the summer, preparing their courses for fall — but publisher websites may relieve a tiny bit of the burden.
When the weather is warm, the students wear less — but some wear a lot less than others, our professor mouse notices.