A bill proposed by DC Council Member David Catania (I) would provide $100,000 scholarships for low-income students to go to college. Although the bill is gaining wide support, it has many serious problems including scholarships for the wealthy and an unjustified focus on four-year degrees.
Gonzaga University seniors Erik Fagan and Daniel McIntosh were placed on probation Sunday for pulling a pistol on a six-time felon who demanded money from them in their university-owned apartment.
Fliers scattered around the University of Pennsylvania campus read that Bristol Palin was going to be this year’s fall speaker. Penn’s Special Events and Planning Committee had apparently made its highly anticipated announcement and decided to host the advertised “Teen Pregnancy Prevention Spokesperson,” leaving some students dazed and confused.
Weird things happen in Boulder Colorado — it has a gorilla run to support apes in Uganda, locals run around naked with pumpkin heads Halloween night (sorry, not offering up a link) and let’s just say 4/20 is the locals’ favorite date.
So they say Obamacare helps poor students? Most of the liberal pundits and legislators speaking for socioeconomically disadvantaged kids have no idea what it’s like to be one. As a recent grad from that demographic, I have three reasons Obamacare hurts low-income college students.