A Glimpse into the College Entitlement Mentality

Should a college education be a handout or something earned?
A recent feature in The New Yorker Magazine provides a sobering glimpse of things to come if advocates of “free college” get their way.
In his feature article “The Big Uneasy,” author Nathan Heller interviewed several Oberlin College students who demanded, among other things, the suspension of any grades below C so they could devote more time to on-campus activism (driving some 40 minutes to protest in Cleveland proved too burdensome).
About 85 percent of Oberlin students receive financial aid from federal, state, and local sources to attend this progressive liberal arts college,

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