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Thread: RPI 2017 Off-Season (Part II): Mr. Smith Goes to Troy

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    Re: RPI 2017 Off-Season (Part II): Mr. Smith Goes to Troy

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    More comedy gold from Lee McElroy. Atheltic Dept. in big trouble under his stewardship. http://www.troyrecord.com/sports/201...cal-of-program
    Do you believe the committee was totally ignored? How would Oates know? Yes academics are rigorous but there are no other schools with rigorous academics?

    The press should be on the AD asking questions there are plenty of them.

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    Re: RPI 2017 Off-Season (Part II): Mr. Smith Goes to Troy

    Quote Originally Posted by giwan View Post
    Do you believe the committee was totally ignored? How would Oates know? Yes academics are rigorous but there are no other schools with rigorous academics?

    The press should be on the AD asking questions there are plenty of them.
    Personally I think the problem is academics combined with the limited choice of major. (Not that I feel that RPI should expand the choice of majors.)

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    Re: RPI 2017 Off-Season (Part II): Mr. Smith Goes to Troy

    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    Personally I think the problem is academics combined with the limited choice of major. (Not that I feel that RPI should expand the choice of majors.)
    Granted it is somewhat limited BUT options can be Building Science, Business & Management, Cognitive Science, Communications, Philosophy, Economics, Design Innovation and Society, Electronic Arts, etc. No basket weaving or general studies, but again there are other rigorous academic dwellings and there are intelligent, well skilled hockey players out there. What I see more is an issue from the top down.

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