CANINE COLLEGIATE REVIEW
BARKLEY ADDS NEW SOUND LAB TO CAMPUS
In response to requests from police acadamies and other institutions of higher learning, Barkley is experimenting with bang immersion to acclimitize students to loud explosive sounds and bright lights. The theory behind this experiment is that canines who are pre-accustomed to loud sounds will be able to control the run and hide response normally found in canines. The demand for this sort of training exceeds existing facilities for giving it. See http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/nm/20010102/od/dog_dc_1.html
Barkley's immersion lab has been the cause of many complaints from surrounding facilities, and its bills for new fencing and repair to the building may prove too high to render the project eost-effective.
SPRING SEMINAR TO
FEATURE DISCUSSION OF HUMANOID CUSTODY LAWS.
Rowdy and Rover University school of sociology will provide a forum for all academics interested in the increasing incidence of trauma related to court ordered custody cases. Speakers are invited to announce subject matter in advance of the event scheduled for March 2l. A recent case cited in a humanoid newspaper will provide subject matter for the opening session.