Students United (protest song)

Collegians everywhere are asking tough questions: Why is our tuition so high? Where are our jobs? Can't you see your words hurt me, you dumb piece of sh*t?

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+11 1. snotraddict commented 4 years ago

I can't figure out if they're mocking all the amenities that are potentially spiking the costs or are truly asking why. Maybe both.

There are 2 reasons I know of why college tuitions are so high, 1) they are heavily subsidized, when you subsidize something it ends up costing a lot more.

2) Because when it's subsidized you lose sight of actual costs, the administrations are exploding, 400% here at colleges in my state with only a 15% increase in the number of students. Sounds like empire building to me and those at the top make a million plus salaries with car and home allowances. What a racket.

Again, education is not about the students/kids, it's about the adults in the system.
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+10 2. fjwjr commented 4 years ago

Brilliant. College is an industry and education is a bi-product......maybe.
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0 3. SteveSeidel commented 345 days ago

Usually, colleges and universities have a Student Employment Department. And it's a community, where graduates can get all the information about their jobs and possibilities to get an internship. For example, the Quincy College career portal with academic application samples.