Levinson University?

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For those who don’t know me personally, Levinson is my married name. Because Gary and his family don’t want to be associated with my antics For professional reasons, I use my maiden name.

We received this postcard in the mail yesterday. Great promo. I am sure we will have to buy a few of these items as gifts.

But more importantly, this could solve all our problems surrounding sending a second child to college. Levinson University! This is brilliant. Not only could our kids go for free (Jana, you won’t mind transferring, will you?) we can take in other students to make money.

Let’s see, what courses could we teach?

Any suggestions?

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4 responses to “Levinson University?

  1. Pretty cool. Your own personal clothing line.

  2. J.

    That is all kinds of awesome, Amy. Makes me wonder if there are people named Harvard who go to Harvard or if any Purdues go to Purdue.

    When I was in college, there was a vodka with my maiden name, which I would have served at our dorm parties, except that Massachusetts had just raised the drinking age to 2, just after I entered college (at 17) and my college was in a frickin’ dry town. I wonder where my bottle went to… (and no, my maiden name was not Smirnoff or Absolut, sadly).

  3. Ellen

    Watch the movie Accepted…you can get some helpful hints!!

  4. Jeff Statler

    How much is the tuition at Levinson. I may have a few transfers.

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