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A Shocking Thing Happened To College Tuitions In 2016…

The staggering inflation rates of college tuition over the past couple of decades has been a frequent topic for us.  As the Wall Street Journal notes today, the cost of educating our snowflakes has soared since the early 90’s and outstripped overall inflation by nearly 4x.  It seems that the liberal indoctrination of an entire […]

The Most (And Least) Worthwhile Degrees

For many young people, the decision of whether to extend their education careers and attend university is a tough one to make. With soaring costs, Statista's Martin Armstrong notes, not all that choose to do a bachelor's degree graduate with the feeling that it was all worthwhile. Emolument surveyed 1,800 graduates to reveal that the […]

New York Governor Proposes “Free Tuition” For Public Universities

There is little doubt that easy access to federally subsidized student loans have contributed to the astronomical increase in the cost of attending college in the United States.  After all, what 18 year old would turn down $200,000 in free money to party for 4 years?  As an added bonus, when you figure out upon […]