Tailpipe has noticed that college campuses tend to drift into a kind of cerebral über world, where young men and women, intoxicated with the poems of Sylvia Plath or the principles of cantilevered bridges or managerial techniques in a pre-recessionary economy, suffer diminished skills at simple tasks. You've seen it. Suddenly people can't remember how to cross the street or unlock their apartment doors. It's a benign malady that unfortunately starts to affect college professors and... More >>>