We’ve heard it all before. The mountainous debt, constant partying, and falling academic quality offered by many universities across the nation have begun to call the value of an undergraduate degree into question. Yet, more and more students head into college. Why are we, the nation’s youth, so prepared to cast ourselves into tens of thousands of dollars in debt for an increasingly devalued, but increasingly expensive, piece of paper? The answer is one part psychological and one part cultural – but all parts social.
By Mason Mohon | @mohonofficial
A student organization known as Reedies Against Racism has called for the removal of all white authors from the humanities 110 class.
Campus Reform went undercover at Cornell University armed with a fictitious petition.