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Links 1 through 10 of 29 by Michael Duff tagged college

"I went to Princeton in 1969, where they taught me that government could solve the world's problems. Put the smartest people in a room, give them enough taxpayer money, and they will fix most everything. During those years, I heard nothing about an alternative."

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“In an attempt to produce a humorous YouTube video, I have offended the U.C.L.A. community and the entire Asian culture,” she said. “Especially in the wake of the ongoing disaster in Japan, I would do anything to take back my insensitive words. I could write apology letters all day and night, but I know they wouldn’t erase the video from your memory, nor would they act to reverse my inappropriate action.”

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The station’s community volunteers, a group called Save KUSF, have been furiously working to halt the sale, with the hope of eventually buying the signal.

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"Students in Europe who are rioting in the streets have it right. (And I am amazed that Texas college students have taken little action in the face of 86% tuition increases from 2003-2009.) Those European students should be outraged that their governments are unraveling a lifetime worth of mutually understood plans, infrastructure, and moral fiber."

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I finally found it! The most insightful article I've read in 10 years, originally posted in 2001. I think this article explains, better than anything where our culture is headed as these kids come of age. "They are disconcertingly comfortable with authority. That's the most common complaint the faculty has of Princeton students. They're eager to please, eager to jump through whatever hoops the faculty puts in front of them, eager to conform."

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Above all, I urge parents of high school juniors and seniors not to see their kids as SAT and ACT scores and G.P.A.s, but as creative, unpredictable, unprogrammable teenagers with their own gifts.

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An arrest affidavit unsealed by federal prosecutors this week alleges that Cecilia Chang required scholarship students at St. John's University to take out the garbage, shovel snow and cook food at her home in Queens, New York.

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A man with an automatic weapon opened fire inside the library, and no shots were fired outside. Weldon says "he subsequently shot himself. He is deceased."

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