Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
Because the liberal arts and the colleges that teach them are worthless liabilities that have ruined the lives of entire generations. But by all means, keep lowering tuition.
It's nice to see a lot of white shitlib professors will be losing their jobs at these places. Too bad the maintenance staff like building supervisors, cafeteria, grounds keepers have to lose. And some of these places will become abandoned and vandalized.Maybe they can be converted into trade/vocational schools if someone is willing to buy. Let us not forget all of these colleges were started by awesomeness of White Europeans from decades ago, and duh-versities are simply not equipped to make use of these places. There are exceptions of course, but very few.
It isn't going to work. Given that you, Cappy, worked security through college, you can see what a boondoggle this is. 46 campus police officers for one square mile? It's all the featherbedding in the administration. What gets to me is that the cops want their parking lot off limits to the public when there isn't even a sign to that effect. Watch the video.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gpw2xw1-pZoFeminism needs a police state to enforce it and cops are out of control.
I'll LMAO when they start paying people to attend these colleges.
The plandemic's 2nd or 3rd order consequences are the killing off of the financially weak liberal arts colleges. I think this is a good thing, creative destruction of the weak, just as intended my nature. Albion and the other liberal arts colleges in Michigan (looking at the provided data) have maybe 2-5 years left before merging or closing their doors. Unless the small liberal arts colleges have large endowments, many will be gone by 2030 across the US of A (if the USA doesn't collapse by then, it's a race to the bottom now). Not enough students to go around, and liberal arts colleges offer nothing you can't get from a community college and transferring for the final two years to another college which is less costly (or online college). The private liberal arts colleges do offer more debt, and which you cannot discharge in bankruptcy if it is a fed loan. I have no empathy for the educational industrial complex foisted upon us as a needed credential for all work are now hurting. That's a lie that all of the colleges sell to parents and their kids. Hopefully, a few people are being awakened? Not sure on that?
"Armed with discounts, recruiters went into heavily minority areas where the college had not recruited before.""And in changing from an almost completely white institution to one on track to become a minority-majority college, Albion also unearthed a host of campus cultural conflicts."Let that slowly sink in."She opted to stay virtual for the semester "due to mental health. COVID has everything pretty restricted on campus and everything was taking a toll on me."A severe case of Normie Syndrome.
Having fell for a liberal arts racket myself, I would make these recommendations to those thinking about college. If you want the college experience, suck up your pride and enroll at the local community college. It costs much less than a public school (private Christian school which I attended). Having attended both, I realized both cover the same topics. The only difference was the community college professors didn't have their heads entirely stuck up their asses, and the students there aren't always on the same intelligence level as the private school.
Good news to kick off the Year of the Ox! Happy Lunar New Year, Cappy.
That article is more arousing than 50 shades of grey.
:chief belonging officer" That is a fucking job title! The article is worth a read - if you want to see what the race to the bottom looks like.
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