Interesting Article

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Interesting Article
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Wed, 08-13-2008 - 8:20pm

http://www.newsweek.com/id/151758


I thought this was an interesting artcle.

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Registered: 08-08-2006
Mon, 08-18-2008 - 8:56am

Why is

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Registered: 03-26-2003
Mon, 08-18-2008 - 11:31am
LOL, I was wondering the same thing-cautionary?
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Mon, 08-18-2008 - 3:51pm

Cautionary Tale?


I don't get it.


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Registered: 04-24-2008
Mon, 08-18-2008 - 6:36pm

?? Where did all of that come from?

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Registered: 08-08-2006
Mon, 08-18-2008 - 7:41pm

I "turned down" Harvard because I got an athletic scholarship to a very good university in the same city. I "turned down" Harvard because I didn't want to be riddled with debt following my education. I "turned down" Harvard because I would

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Mon, 08-18-2008 - 7:51pm

Harvard is NOT the end all and be all University. Is it a good University? Yes. Can you get an equal education elsewhere? Yes, many places.

Given the choice, I would counsel a child to go to another University for Undergraduate work and go to Harvard for *Graduate* school. Too many classes are taught by graduate students in the first years of undergraduate school for my taste.

]Sorry, this should have gone under Tootsshors post.




Edited 8/18/2008 7:54 pm ET by tryingtoquit
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Tue, 08-19-2008 - 2:20am
I have heard the same complaint about Princeton undergrad.
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Tue, 08-19-2008 - 7:25am
DH turned down a full ride to Princeton to go elsewhere for undergrad.
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Registered: 04-24-2008
Tue, 08-19-2008 - 7:50am

Wow.

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Tue, 08-19-2008 - 7:55am
No, at Harvard, undergrad classes are not taught by any more grad students than at other colleges.

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