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Choice News MONDAY, MAY 13, 2013  |  34 comments  |  1 commentary
The College Bubble Is Finally Bursting

Private colleges are offering record financial assistance to keep classrooms full, according to the Wall Street Journal's Ruth Simon.

Some schools are seeing just 20% of the students they accepted enrolling, versus the usual rate of 33%. These schools have raised tuition discount rate ‚ÄĒ the price after grants and scholarships ‚ÄĒ to an all-time high of 45%.

Meanwhile, the median sticker price increased just 3.9% last fall, the smallest gains in 12 years. And at public schools, the sticker price climbed just 4.8%, also a 12-year low. ...


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San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Lady_Virtue wrote:
I went to college largely under pressure from my mom, who was influenced by the feminists and was convinced it was necessary to succeed in a career. However, it has done absolutely nothing for me. I honestly wish I'd never even gone. I have a job as opposed to a "career" and it doesn't even require a college degree. I can hardly think of anything that wastes both time and money (a lot of it!) more than college. If I had a chance at a do over, I would not go. I actually regret that I did.
That's interesting to hear. A manager in another group asked me if I had kids. I told her no but if I could do life over again I'd have "done better" and had kids when I could, even as she did. I then congratulated her for having two kids of her own even while working full-time. To my astonishment her face fell, then she looked at me and said, "I wish that I had MORE (kids)."

Feminism and post WWII/depression college/career expectations have screwed-up a lot of people, opportunity-wise.

My sister fulfilled the feminist narrative in spades, becoming a doctor--but almost forfeited her chance to have a kid of her own (were it not for IVF and adoption) by the time she was 40. School and work chewed-up her prime child-bearing years.

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News Item5/18/13 4:14 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Ah, and a wife doesn't need a nursing degree to run those machines. Besides if she gets a nursing degree she'll probably want to give you --a lot-- of suppositories.
Anyway, remember John Y., stick with Romish girls, Is A Catholic Christian An Oxymoron? (PDF)
Wow, John Y., afraid someone is going to find out your true identity and turn you in to your local priest as a heretic? By the way, The Scandal of the Catholic Priesthood.
And just what is wrong with a woman having a college degree if she is going to be a homemaker? A wife needs a nursing degree to know how to use a blood pressure machine and an electrocardiogram machine. I haven't made contact with my Baptist friend in 5 years because he has an unlisted telephone number which I lost, I moved since the last time I saw him and I changed my telephone number.
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News Item5/18/13 3:33 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, and a wife doesn't need a nursing degree to run those machines. Besides if she gets a nursing degree she'll probably want to give you --a lot-- of suppositories.

Anyway, remember John Y., stick with Romish girls, Is A Catholic Christian An Oxymoron? (PDF)

Wow, John Y., afraid someone is going to find out your true identity and turn you in to your local priest as a heretic? By the way, The Scandal of the Catholic Priesthood.

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News Item5/18/13 7:19 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
AntiRomanist wrote:

He must be relieved.
Being a "Billy no mates" makes Johnny a really boring person!
My Baptist friend doesn't know where I reside because I moved since the last time I saw him 5 years ago, I changed my telephone number and his telephone number is unlisted. So I have no way of finding his telephone number. He and I went to elementary school for about 3 years until he moved to the neighboring town.
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News Item5/18/13 6:58 AM
AntiRomanist  Find all comments by AntiRomanist
John Yurich USA wrote:
You got it wrong. It is not he who has not contacted me it is I who has not contacted him because I lost his telephone number.

He must be relieved.

Being a "Billy no mates" makes Johnny a really boring person!

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News Item5/18/13 6:50 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
AntiRomanist wrote:
I can understand why he wouldn't want to contact you.
So not exactly a friend then!
You got it wrong. It is not he who has not contacted me it is I who has not contacted him because I lost his telephone number.
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News Item5/18/13 6:23 AM
AntiRomanist  Find all comments by AntiRomanist
John Yurich USA wrote:
Nothing specifically wrong about what? I can't find the post that you are referencing. And I have one Christian friend a Baptist but I have not seen or spoken to him in 5 years.
I can understand why he wouldn't want to contact you.

So not exactly a friend then!

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News Item5/18/13 6:03 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Christopher000 wrote:
There's nothing specifically wrong with it, John, but you would have to be able to step outside of yourself, as a 3rd party, and look in to see the big picture and understand it.
Everybody needs Christian friends. We learn from them, grow with them, and they help to keep us in sync, both mentally and spiritually. You asked once, "who needs friends?" We all need Christian friends. I know you are ultra shy, John, but you really could use a few, as we all do.
Nothing specifically wrong about what? I can't find the post that you are referencing. And I have one Christian friend a Baptist but I have not seen or spoken to him in 5 years.
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News Item5/17/13 7:44 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
There's nothing specifically wrong with it, John, but you would have to be able to step outside of yourself, as a 3rd party, and look in to see the big picture and understand it.
Everybody needs Christian friends. We learn from them, grow with them, and they help to keep us in sync, both mentally and spiritually. You asked once, "who needs friends?" We all need Christian friends. I know you are ultra shy, John, but you really could use a few, as we all do.
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News Item5/17/13 7:25 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Disney wrote:
The comment wasn't aimed at the woman!
Who was comment aimed at?
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News Item5/17/13 6:23 AM
Disney  Find all comments by Disney
John Yurich USA wrote:
And just what is so crazy about a woman who is a homemaker to have a nursing degree to know how to take her family's blood pressure and to know how to take and read an electrocardiogram?
The comment wasn't aimed at the woman!
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News Item5/17/13 6:06 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Disney wrote:
Looney Tunes again.
And just what is so crazy about a woman who is a homemaker to have a nursing degree to know how to take her family's blood pressure and to know how to take and read an electrocardiogram?
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News Item5/17/13 2:17 AM
Disney  Find all comments by Disney
John Yurich USA wrote:
What is wrong with a wife having a nursing degree in order to take her family's blood pressure and electrocardiogram? When I get married I plan on purchasing an older electrocardiogram machine so my wife can give me an electrocardiogram.
Looney Tunes again.
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News Item5/16/13 7:30 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Mike wrote:
She doesn't need a nursing degree to put bandaids on Johnny's booboo.
What is wrong with a wife having a nursing degree in order to take her family's blood pressure and electrocardiogram? When I get married I plan on purchasing an older electrocardiogram machine so my wife can give me an electrocardiogram.
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News Item5/16/13 7:21 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John Yurich USA wrote:
I read Proverbs 31:10-31 and it basically states that the wife has to obey her husband. What is wrong with a wife having a college degree in Nursing if she will only be a homemaker?
She doesn't need a nursing degree to put bandaids on Johnny's booboo.
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News Item5/16/13 7:15 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Ah, John, you just don't read any material I suggest to you, do you? A wife isn't chattel. To make things a little more simple for you, listen to
Men, Marriage and Love
. I would also suggest that you read the several verses of Proverbs 31:10-31. Anyway, listen to the sermon.
I read Proverbs 31:10-31 and it basically states that the wife has to obey her husband. What is wrong with a wife having a college degree in Nursing if she will only be a homemaker?
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News Item5/16/13 2:35 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, John, you just don't read any material I suggest to you, do you? A wife isn't chattel. To make things a little more simple for you, listen to
Men, Marriage and Love
. I would also suggest that you read the several verses of Proverbs 31:10-31. Anyway, listen to the sermon.
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News Item5/16/13 1:13 PM
Ewwwww  Find all comments by Ewwwww
John Yurich USA wrote:
...because a wife is supposed to obey her husband.
Like someone professing Christ is supposed to obey him. What's your excuse for not obeying? Oh yeah, it doesn't endanger your salvation if you don't.

Maybe she'll do the same with you, because it won't endanger her salvation is she doesn't.

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News Item5/16/13 12:23 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
You can get a useful college degree, but yes, if you don't learn that right things, then, Sorry, College Grads, I Probably Won't Hire You, and that even includes people with technology degrees!
I've known some really nice Catholic girls (too bad they weren't Christian!) And John Y., why do you think an American girl is going to do everything you wish? Wife for various reasons really does have to agree with the husband on being Christian, but then you agree you go in the same direction --more but probably less in other areas of life. Instructions-to-husbands-fathers-and-their-wives Instructions to Husbands, Fathers and Their Wives.
Anyway, until you show marks-of-the-true-believer Marks of the True Believer please stay away from all Christian women until you Come Out Of The Catholic Church
It is obvious that you have limited perspicacity. What is wrong with a woman receiving a college degree in Nursing if they will not work as a Nurse but only be a homemaker? And I believe my wife will obey me because a wife is supposed to obey her husband.
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News Item5/15/13 2:01 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
You can get a useful college degree, but yes, if you don't learn that right things, then, Sorry, College Grads, I Probably Won't Hire You--and that even includes people with technology degrees!

I've known some really nice Catholic girls (too bad they weren't Christian! ), and John Y., why do you think an American girl is going to do everything you wish? Wife for various reasons really does have to agree with the husband on being Christian, but then you agree you go in the same direction --more but probably less -- in other areas of life. Instructions to Husbands, Fathers and Their Wives.

Anyway, until you show Marks of the True Believer please stay away from all Christian women until you Come Out Of The Catholic Church (PDF)

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