The battle facing those who fight for the liberal arts
DAYTON, Ohio -- When Kevin Sims pitches his school's new liberal arts major to prospective students, parents typically ask him, "What is my son or daughter going to do for a career?" The fear – that their graduates will end up as nothing more than highly credentialed baristas serving coffee – is a common one among parents who, along ... (more)
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#1 Jan 13, 2013
What happened to Antioch College, not enough paying parents to buy and pay for their liberal arts knowlege; aka poop that only prepared students for government jobs and those at tax-exempt poverty-pimp nonprofit victim PAC-rat groups. Liberal artists are not the smartests, clueless and useless at most real jobs, if they are unable to legally rob as tax takers, from the tax makers and payers. Like ya know, where do those elite D.C. and Manhattan Island children go? Including those spoiled special student spawn of most media 'hos?
#3 Jan 13, 2013
You see, any BOOB TUBE can be on a computer screen!
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