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Here is an idea let’s hope never makes it to North Carolina, allowing donors to a university to fund individual classes, which are then named for them.

Officials at City College of San Francisco are now studying the idea of giving naming rights to anybody who contributes $6,000 to save a class that was cancelled. 

It does raise some interesting possibilities for UNC though, R.J. Reynolds Marketing to Teens 101,  Figure Eight Island Beach Protection Political Strategies, Rams Club How to Use PAC Money to Guarantee a Windfall Even in a Budget Crisis, and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Why Competition Among Health Care Plans is Bad for Competition Senior Seminar.

2 Comments


  1. Rob Schofield

    June 29, 2009 at 8:54 am

    Or maybe “Appalachian Geography – Past and Present” sponsored by Duke Energy.

  2. HunterC

    June 29, 2009 at 10:30 am

    Stoning of Adulterers in the Bible sponsorsed by the NC Christian Action League in honor of Coy Privette

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