The most damaging myth in American higher ed is that college acceptance is about merit.
Reports of a massive college admissions fraud ring have come to light in which wealthy parents hand over large bribes to get their children into elite schools.
Eric Ries wants to talk about racism in the start-up world—without hand-wringing and with an eye towards achievable solutions.
A recent study might explain why there’s been such divergent, emotional responses to the NFL protests.
When being the best at your job means you just have more work to do.
Just how “free” are we as individuals, all things considered?
“What the inequality means increasingly, is that your background dictates your future” Patrick Butler, Social Policy Editor, The Guardian
How “free” are we when we deny the youth of our nation their basic civil rights to make many of their own decisions in the guise of “protecting them”?
This is America. We don’t redistribute wealth. You have to earn it!
Watching McFarland USA forces a high paid SAT tutor to reveal how rigged society is.
Are we witnessing an intra-class conflict that serves the wealthy ruling class?
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While departing to far flung and exotic locales this summer, many of you may come across a book being read a certain sect of the jet set. That book, “Twilight of the Elites” by the erudite Chris Hayes may just change both the way you look at, and quite possibly, change the world.