“College: two hundred people reading the same book. An obvious mistake. Two hundred people can read two hundred books.” So wrote John Cage, composer, teacher, and lifelong student. And he had a point. If everybody in your class reads the same book, what hope is there of a chance encounter between two random texts? Thanks . . .
Celebrity culture is all about aspiration. When thinking of famous people you look up to, you might feel encouraged to follow their educational path to success. Or if your idol has little formal education, they can make you feel a whole lot better about doing it your own way. That's why we researched the educational . . .
A college endowment refers to all the money that an institution receives in donations. However, endowment funds are not ‘no-questions-asked’ cash boosts for the college. Instead, endowments are tightly controlled investments that are supposed to be grown so that the interest can be used to upgrade facilities, hire new staff, provide scholarships or aid the . . .