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The Higher-Ed Bubble is Bound to Burst

mzarella Wrote: Sep 13, 2012 8:16 AM
Small wonder tuition is ridiculously high. George Gollin gets paid over $100,000 per year to teach ONE class a semester at government-run UIUC. George Gollin has been sued multiple times in federal court for extortion, defamation, stalking, computer hacking and civil rights violations. Illinois taxpayers had to foot the bill for his defense every time. George Gollin admits that 15 buddies wrote his dissertation for him and that it was not his independent work, but he utilizes university resources to stalk and harass people with degrees he deems inferior to his.
g-gollin Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 1:05 AM
Please remove this nonsense that has been posted about me. I can identify its author for you if you haven't already determined this from his IP address.
g-gollin Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 1:04 AM
Please remove this nonsense that has been posted about me. I can identify its author for you if you haven't already determined this from his IP address.
"If you want to go to college," my mother said, "you'll have to get a scholarship."

Luckily, I did. I was admitted to George Washington University, which generously awarded me a grant covering the full cost of my tuition. To the best of my recollection, that sum was $2,400 in 1975, the year I entered GW. To pay for my other expenses there were several forms of need-based financial aid, and I received what is now called a Pell Grant and a subsidized work/study job on campus.

Adjusted for inflation, the $2,400 GW charged for tuition...