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Pondering the value of college

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Every time a character in a movie or television show visits a college or university for the first time, it is always a magical place. They always seem to stumble into a philosophy class, which is theoretically the most collegiate, academic sort of class one can ever experience at a university.

Personally, I’ve taken some English classes that would make a philosophy class look like a math class, but the point remains the same. People don’t really go to college just to learn a skill. That is what two-year technical colleges and trade schools are designed to do.

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