maybe schools need to rethink what they are doing by giving students these ridiculous exams if students are seriously considering suicide because they can’t deal with the stress of what is expected of them
Real talk. My brother has a government job and makes around 50k per year. It’s going to take him 10+ years to pay off his loans.
I make less than 20k per year, it’s going to take me 15+ years and I don’t plan on finishing my degree anytime soon.
"why aren’t you in college yet?" "have you gone back to school yet?" "you’re smart! go back to school!"But the thing is, they’re really not much month by month. It’s not a fucking burden.
says teenager who is most likely still living with their parents and probably has never worked a day in their life. smh “not that much” aka the price of what could be a rent check, or a car payment, or your utility bills. rolling my eyes to the heavens
Student loans are a bitch once you stop going to school and six months after they will send you mail and call you to make sure they get their money.
My parents are both social workers with masters degrees that have been out of school for over a decade … . working in their field in higher up positions.
They are still paying their student loans.
My dad is almost sixty years old.
"im not homophobic it’s a children’s series" translated is:
"im not homophobic i just think children, including queer ones themselves, should not be exposed to queer characters bc of those characters queerness, which implies i think there’s something wrong/bad about being queer”
im sorry what about that isnt homophobic/queerphobic as fuck???
THIS IS THE THING
The bodies of two Houston women, a lesbian couple, were discovered near a dumpster in Galveston County, Texas. Share this:
They had a 5 year old child together too.
oh my gods…
This is way too general of a question for me or my followers to answer. I think that the school where I attend college (which I don’t tell people about publicly on this blog) has a good English program, but part of the reason it’s a good English program is that it’s good for me.
It really depends on what you mean by a “good” program and by what aspects of English you’re interested in. I don’t have any statistics to give you if “good” means good job placement after college. And there definitely aren’t statistics that measure how much an English program will change your life and your mind forever.
If the main focus of your college search centers around English programs, research program offerings. If you really like Irish literature, for example, go somewhere where you’ll actually be able to take classes in Irish lit. If you like rhetoric and new media, go somewhere that has classes in those things.
You probably want whatever college or university you go to to have certain other features and amenities—size, location, availability of certain resources will probably influence your college search as well. With that in mind, if there are certain colleges you’re interested based on those characteristics, go to those college’s websites and research their English course offerings and degree requirements.
At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter how “good” an English program is. It matters that it’s right. Right for you.
This applies to all majors. Those “best universities” lists are useless. Make your own list of what’s important.