Another great development in “human rights” around the world. Indeed, it belongs with these momentous breakthroughs. Let's just say I don’t sympathize with the notion that the federal government should compel colleges to allow pets – even if they’re for “emotional support.”
There’s no reason to take out loans for something like this. Anyone can make $10,000 a year delivering pizza while in school, and it would be a great life experience.
It is well known that most college students engage at one time or another in what is known as a "hookup" -- an emotionless, commitment-less sexual encounter.
In 1965, Yale and Princeton raised their tuition, making them the most expensive Ivy League schools at the time. The hefty price tag? Just $1950 a year.
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