WKU POP 201

Introduction to Popular Culture Studies

Dear Future President: Taryn Mitchell

Posted by tarynmitchell95 on October 30, 2016

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2 Responses to “Dear Future President: Taryn Mitchell”

  1. mhlowhorn said

    That’s such an interesting point you made about education. You said “why should we be punished for wanting to learn?” which is sooooo true. We go to college in order to educate ourselves and learn how to succeed in our chosen career fields, yet the average college student leaves with an insurmountable amount of debt. And for what? I always wondered, what does all that tuition money actually pay for? I mean, I get that we have to pay for classes and a dorm room, but some college tuition is like $40,000 a year! Where does all that money go? It never made sense to me, and I agree that it should definitely be lower in order to make college more accessible.

  2. jessiemc11 said

    Education is a great thing to hit on because things are very overpriced and make things complicated and hard. I do believe that our generation really will need to learn and be informed on things because a lot of people do not have strong understandings of things which is worrisome for the future and for future generations. As for race I really hope the next president is able to help with that and that people who work hard and deserve a place in office will be able to do so without worrying about what race and gender they are.

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