Better Than Leaving It to the Taxpayers

I'll bet I'm the first among my circle of friends and acquaintances to stumble upon a web site with the unlikely name of "NerdWallet". Nevertheless, an article

Science and humanities, happy together!

As Pope Francis (kind of) said in Mexico, we need to build bridges instead of walls. So too with STEM (since, technology, engineering and math) majors

College Loans? Clueless on Campus

Although very discouraging, I suppose it is not too surprising that many college students really do not understand the terms of their student loans. In fact,

Hard Times Demand Hard Solutions

According to a recent analysis by the Philadelphia Inquirer, there has been a sharp increase in the number of local colleges which have been losing money

Wasting time and money on campus

Having spent  many years in both the business and academic environments, I was appalled and saddened at what I saw happening on some campuses this

Free tuition at Harvard? Why stop there?

The debate for and against free tuition, or at least heavily taxpayer-subsidized tuition, is getting  out of hand. In my experience, people (including students) value things in