Statistically, you are 10-20% more likely to be accepted into a UC if you are White, Asian, or Latino/Chicano. Why is this the case?
2. Thinking you don’t have to try that hard because you’re intelligent.
Kierkegaard was a man with well-developed deltoids like Magic Mike.
He is a old man, occupying a powerful place in academia, who has a penchant for young, inexperienced women.
And anyone who thinks they have all the answers can actually, legitimately, go and kick rocks.
A life as a professor is nice work if you can get it (cc cultural theorist Andrew Ross), but as with anything that sounds too good to be true, there’s a catch.
4. The fact that you are sort of bougie now.
While I wouldn’t argue that everything that is popular is good, I would argue that anything that’s popular is worth understanding.
21. That you are going to get closer to the undergraduates than you think…!
If someone can’t handle the STEM majors (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics for those who aren’t familiar with the acronym), they have no business in college.