Rap Goes To College: 5 More Possible Hip-Hop Professors

Rap Goes To College: 5 More Possible Hip-Hop Professors

USC's Annenberg School Of Communication Hires 50 Cent To Teach Character-Assassination Course

"The Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California has decided to dive into a taboo dimension of public relations by hiring rapper 50 Cent to teach a Character Assassination course aimed to demonstrate how the unethical use of PR can potentially destroy a public figure's reputation and career. 50 Cent launched successful character assassination communication strategies at rappers Ja Rule and Fat Joe, impacting their credibility in the public eye and having an adverse impact on their careers..."

Rap Goes To College: 5 More Possible Hip-Hop Professors

Stanford University Adds Eminem To Psychology Department

"Stanford University has added Detroit rapper Eminem, long known for his battle with bipolar disorder and drug addiction, to its staff to teach a course in conquering mental illness for its top-ranked psychology Ph.D. program. Eminem will center his course around incidents such as the 29-year-old Arizona man who sang Eminem songs while fatally stabbing his wife and daughter, and the psychological trend of white male private-school students loudly rapping his lyrics in their mothers' minivans nationwide..."

Rap Goes To College: 5 More Possible Hip-Hop Professors

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Texas A&M Calls On Devin the Dude To Teach Horticulture

"Texas A&M University has hired Houston rapper and marijuana expert Devin The Dude to teach a course Horticulture, or the cultivation of plants. With the growing trend of legalized marijuana growers in states like California, the subject has become a more accepted subject matter in university halls, although marijuana has been a staple in university dorm rooms for decades."

Rap Goes To College: 5 More Possible Hip-Hop Professors

P. Diddy To Develop Entrepreneurs At New Business School

"Rap mogul P. Diddy is set to share the secrets of his success with budding entrepreneurs at his new business school in New York. The hip-hop star has built up a multimillion dollar empire since his days as a record company intern and is now CEO of Bad Boy Records and Sean John Clothing..."

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