My husband and I have kids, so, naturally, every so often, we speculate on where they might go to college. And every time we do, it feels like there’s at least one more that needs to be crossed off the list. Seriously, it’s ridiculous. College used to be about higher education, but these days it seems like it’s more and more about miseducation. And it was already kind of a mess back when I was in college.
Anyway, it looks like at the rate all this is going, Princeton will ultimately need to get crossed off the list, too. At least if it becomes a hotbed of students like Emilly Santos.
You’ve probably never heard of Emilly, but you should definitely know who she is. Because there are students like her in colleges all over the country, and that’s downright depressing. Emilly is the author of an opinion piece for The Daily Princetonian all about how the university’s Honor Code is bad for first-generation, low-income students, who are apparently incapable of resisting the urge to cheat and succeeding on their own merits:
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