The thought that has crossed my mind a couple of times while watching science fiction the aliens-make-contact movies.
I don't remember my college world history class--a fine class--presenting this hypothesis.
Impressive to a city boy like me. "That's a lot of bourbon."
According to this piece Times Square was sleazy long before the 1970s.
College has become a very expensive credentialing mechanism that adds surprisingly little in the way of useful skill and knowledge for students.
Clearer than what we already think we know? I'd bet against it.
Yet another thing to maybe take a minute to worry about.
The Babylon Bee, of course.
My wife and I are soooooo glad that our kids are done with school.
Interesting: there are 154 institutions ranked. George Washington, my undergrad alma mater, ranks 32, UCLA, my graduate school, ranks 8, and NCSU, my former employer, ranks 24.