There’s a swift rise in online universities.
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…!