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    1. Rob Sisson Says:

      ESPN radio is even worse. 90% NFL, 9% NBA, 1% whatever else is going on. Other than Mike and Mike in the morning, the rest are a bunch of self-absorbed over-sized ego’s.

      I’d rather listen to Oly and Fin talking Upper Peninsula bowling leagues on Escanaba’s station than ESPN radio.

    2. Ryan Haber Says:

      AND the easy federal money is what is ballooning the prices! That’s the worst part. The universities charge more because they know they can, because Johnny will just take out a little bit more in guaranteed loans. It’s a bubble as sure as housing was a bubble, and for the same reasons it will pop, and the culprit will have been the same. The bubble pops at the next economic hiccup, when the federal government will be forced to scale back loan guarantees and the universities will have to cut costs and or go under.

      As for ESPN, yeah, they are owned by the same masters that own the rest of the MSM, and are as free. Likewise their agenda is only to make money and to advance the spread of the Kingdom of Money.

      None of this is news to anyone here, though. Sorry for ranting.

    3. Rob Sisson Says:

      Difficulty with the higher education bubble is that it will take the government to pop it. Until state universities are forced to stop making a profit on room and board, the bubble isn’t going to break. This fall, Western Michigan University will charge $8,300 per student for room and board. That’s $33,000 per dorm suite that accommodates four students…for 8 months! The whole concept of dorm living is to drive costs down with economies of scale. My family of four lives in a 3,000 sq. foot house, eats well, and we don’t spend anything close to that amount on an annual basis. Colleges pad room and board with other costs. Being more transparent, showing those costs where they belong, will help public awareness.

      Do the math: A decent 2 BR apartment near WMU’s campus can be leased for $1200 per month. ($9,600 per school year). $1,000 per month for groceries ($8,000 per school year) which is generous given most families’ food budgets aren’t that high. If you are cramming students into tiny rooms, and serving institutionally prepared meals, one would think it should be able to halve the cost in the private sector. But, no, it seems to double the cost.

     

     

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