Was it November 7th?
And there’s this:
…then there’s Michael DiPietro, 25, of Brooklyn, who accumulated about $100,000 in debt while getting a bachelor’s degree in fashion, sculpture, and performance, and spent the next two years waiting tables. He has since landed a fundraising job in the arts but still has no idea how he will pay back all that money. “I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s an obsolete idea that a college education is like your golden ticket,” DiPietro says. “It’s an idea that an older generation holds on to.”
Yes, because the older generation remembers a day when college degrees actually had value, and people weren’t spending a hundred grand to get a B.
SA. degree in “fashion, sculpture and performance.”