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The modern college institution, at least from my experience in the United States, has become completely divergent from its true goal of education. With the increasing rates of tuition, one can only question whether these universities even take the time to consider their students, whom they apparently view solely as a consumer of a product. If knowledge is power, and one must purchase knowledge at such a cost, where is the hope that one can achieve a higher status in life when they are essentialized into a singular, ineffective voice by the emerging education market?

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  • Colleges are a business, yes.

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