The admissions office cited demographic trends and economic concerns.
Despite the economy, increased outcry over costs, and debate about the value, forty-one percent of 18-24-year-olds attend college. But who goes and how they go are changing.
Chris talks to the four top candidates running for the Republican nomination for Senate in Pennsylvania, Tom Smith, Steve Welch, Sam Rohrer, and David Christian. He talks to Congressman Ron Paul about his run for President. He also discusses Mitt Romney’s visit to Delaware County yesterday and his stance on extending lower interest on student loans.
A timely article in the New York Times titled “Even for Cashiers, College Pays Off”, weighs in on the current debate about the necessity of a college degree.
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