I received my degree in Liberal Studies with a minor in Psychology from HSU. Out of the four colleges that I attended, HSU has the most liberal constructs allowing faculty to teach students how to think for themselves and question the systems that keep us all pacified. The responsibility of our apathetic society lays on us all. We can't depend on an arm of the system to change the system. It must be done with community involvement from those that fiscally support the system. Everything comes down to the dollar these days, no matter how backwards the concept is. Yes Ralph Nader is correct that colleges are feeding students an agenda. The only way for change to happen is for students to call for it; however, how can they call for something that they don't even know exists. It is a bit of a catch 22 that I have seen many professors fighting with over the years. All I am saying is actions speak louder than words. All in all, no my education did not teach me every truth but it did light a spark in me that many of my peers from other colleges don't have. More needs to be done, but I am thankful for what is being done. Once again it is up to us all to call for an honest systems.
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In Print This Week:
Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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