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Seriously? Pomona over Harvard, Yale, Princeton, MIT? Berkeley at #22? Who can take this seriously?
"The Obituary follows:
Obama: 127 million Romney: 143 million
The Democrat Party, with the licentious "leadership" of an incompetent fool, has achieved placing 47% of the population into government dependency, and has found ways to multiply their votes while subduing the votes of others. MHO!
Goodbye, USA. You were the greatest!
I work in higher education as a senior student affairs administrator at a Big 10 school. The "best" school for a student is the one that offers the best "fit." There are too many factors to isolate what a best school is.
Some students attend very prestigious schools only to graduate with a lot of debt and few job prospects. How "smart" is that?
Where is Dartmouth? Michigan? Cornell?
THIS is Forbes list? Swarthmore, and Pomona over Duke, Va Tech, and the LIST goes on...
It's getting very sad...when things like this are more common than not.
most of these colleges are big progressive liberal run colleges with big union salary teachers who
can't be fired and make 5x more than regular teachers and get all kinds of perks for brainwashing
kids into this big govt cry baby progressive give me give me now now I want I deserve mentality!
they should all be shut down and the progressives run out of this country!
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