Andrew Yang And Hank Green Ask If College Is Still Worth It

Is college still worth it? That’s a great question that many are grappling with as we get ready to return to campuses later this month. This question of post secondary educations’ bubble has been growing for some time, but the coronavirus pandemic has greatly accelerated how we look at where our tuition dollars are going.Continue reading “Andrew Yang And Hank Green Ask If College Is Still Worth It”

Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 9

Happy Friday friends! What a past few weeks it has been. Not only have I officially completed my virtual summer internship but I also booked my flight to get back to Bloomington and move in for my senior year of college. Things are moving fast that’s for sure. But I’m happy about that because youContinue reading “Thoughts Into The Weekend vol. 9”

COVID Has Made Bloomington, IN The #1 Ranked College Town Most “Vulnerable” This Fall. What Exactly Does That Mean?

This graphic went viral last week in attempt to scare the thousands of college students getting ready to return to campus this fall: Now, with me being a student in Bloomington, this immediately caught my eye. When looking at this chart it looks like these college towns are most susceptible to being hotspots, or potentialContinue reading “COVID Has Made Bloomington, IN The #1 Ranked College Town Most “Vulnerable” This Fall. What Exactly Does That Mean?”

Someone Get Me Betsy DeVos’ Contact Info So I Can Pitch The iTeacher Plan

Schools need to reopen. It’s as simple as that. There would be no greater disservice and act of negligence to the students of our country if we continue to take away their ability to learn in a classroom. But yes, the coronavirus is still prevalent and we need to ensure that we open as safelyContinue reading “Someone Get Me Betsy DeVos’ Contact Info So I Can Pitch The iTeacher Plan”

50K For The University of Phoenix

As we slowly find ourselves a little over a month out from returning to our campuses this Fall, or at least returning to our canvas sites for online lectures, the bureaucrats entrenched in Big Education are looking for new ways to absolutely screw their constituents and further put thousands of students into a crippling debtContinue reading “50K For The University of Phoenix”

How Indiana University Will Return Their Students To Campus

It’s what’s crossed every college student’s mind over the past 2 months. Now that everyone is getting ready for this “new normal”, whatever that means, it’s really the 18-22 year old college kids that are eager to get back to their colleges and universities and out from their childhood hometowns and parent’s houses. Objectively, collegeContinue reading “How Indiana University Will Return Their Students To Campus”

My Bega Cheese Case Report – A Weekend Read

Here is an 8 page essay I needed to write about cheese for one of my business classes abroad. Would love some feedback. I got a a C. I think I did better than that but at this point I don’t care. I saw a meme today of someone with the bumper sticker “I’m aContinue reading “My Bega Cheese Case Report – A Weekend Read”

Give Reggie His Heisman Back

It was just 15 years ago that running back Reggie Bush earned his Heisman Trophy in a landslide victory. It was then 5 years later that he had to return the Heisman himself because he received “illegal” gifts and benefits from USC boosters and sports marketers to play for the Trojans. The collection of theContinue reading “Give Reggie His Heisman Back”

Imagining Little 5 Race Day

“The greatest college week in America” – thats the hype that IU’s Little 500 gets across the country. Today is supposed to be the peak of that week that is the 200 lap bike race raising money for the IU Student Foundation. It also has the biggest college parties in the entire country. It’s onContinue reading “Imagining Little 5 Race Day”