edumacashun didn't include training in proper research skills. Instead, you rely on the always-questionable Anne Coulter for your "facts." Big shock, that. :roll:
1. Cornell's College of Arts and Sciences is the original
private institution founded in 1865 as part of the “Ancient Eight” Ivy League institutions. There are seven undergraduate colleges that make up Cornell University, as well as a few graduate schools. All
of them confer degrees that say "CORNELL UNIVERSITY" on them.
2. Don’t Let Anybody Tell You This Is "Just An Agriculture School:" This is more of an issue with people outside of the school than with people inside, but some of you may know the occasional scoundrel that will (mockingly or otherwise) belittle you for attending an "agriculture school." If you encounter any of these people, feel free to make them feel like idiots my boasting how CALS has the second best business program in the Ivy League, an excellent biology program, and other top degrees. CALS is a great school and nothing to be ashamed of. --Cornell Insider
3. Olbermann enrolled at Cornell University in 1975 at the age of 16 and graduated in 1979 with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications.
Evidently, his studies in communications have served him quite well in his chosen career.