Food Fight

Food Fight

Update: 2016-07-1488
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Bowdoin College and Vassar College are two elite private schools that compete for the same students. But one of those schools is trying hard to address the problem of rich and poor in American society—and paying a high price. The other is making that problem worse—and reaping rewards as a result.

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Alicia Maria

I paid an exuberant amount for my private liberal arts degree and ate cheap granola bars and ramen because I couldn't afford a meal plan, even though I worked all through college. but I didn't go to school for food, I went for a degree so I could afford food later in life. Spoiled brats, all of them.

Sep 10th
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McKay Sleight

so is the education received better at one or the other? this makes me wonder if the books that gladwell puts out are as skewed as this podcast

Sep 16th
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Destined 4 Greatness

Really nice. I wish this type of unique opportunity was done in colleges in Texas but Tx wealthy are stingy

Jan 24th
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