• Why don't liberals (or just some people) view a minority getting accepted into college easier than a white person as racist?

    Best answer: Yes, there is blatant anti white and anti Asian racism going on in colleges across the US. "Why?" is a good question All liberal thought, policy, values and beliefs are rooted in specific, fundamental, and very alluring lies. All liberal rhetoric is justification of those lies. There are no exceptions.... show more
    Best answer: Yes, there is blatant anti white and anti Asian racism going on in colleges across the US. "Why?" is a good question

    All liberal thought, policy, values and beliefs are rooted in specific, fundamental, and very alluring lies. All liberal rhetoric is justification of those lies. There are no exceptions. In this case there are several lies at play. Endemic white racism is one. White privilege is another. As with all policy based upon lies; enacting that policy results in utter nonsense.

    The belief in those lies enables universities to institute the injustice of "Social justice" by holding white people and Asians guilty of racial crimes they never committed.

    For all the lies about needing racial and sexual diversity and inclusiveness, universities are the most closed minded institutions in the United States when it comes to ideological diversity. They only allow liberal viewpoints. The voicing of nearly all Conservative and Christian ideas are met with derision, insults and seen as aggressions.
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • On campus housing full, what should I do?

    I am attending Kent State university as a first year student which is two hours away from where I live. I recently tried to apply for housing finished my application but didn’t pay because I couldn’t afford the fee, this was two weeks ago. I finally have enough money and they no longer have room for housing, I... show more
    I am attending Kent State university as a first year student which is two hours away from where I live. I recently tried to apply for housing finished my application but didn’t pay because I couldn’t afford the fee, this was two weeks ago. I finally have enough money and they no longer have room for housing, I called in they said there will be a waitlist a lot of people are ahead of me. School starts Aug. nineteen What should I do? I qualify for off campus housing but this is a new city and I don’t have money to pay for apartment or furniture right now. Has anyone experienced this before? I never hear about Universities running out of space for students. I do still have classes on hold from the university I’m transferring from, should I take a chance and wait it out or go back to my old college? I don’t have anyone I can speak to about this.
    6 answers · 14 hours ago
  • I submitted my final research paper 3 days after it's due and I got a zero. My grade dropped from A+ to B. Is this fear? Is it my fault?

    I took the class in summer. I have to admit that the professor announced that no late work will be accepted due to the short time (5 weeks). All the work was done to the last day of the semester. I submitted all the work except for the final paper which worth 500/3700. I got A in all the assignments and I noticed... show more
    I took the class in summer. I have to admit that the professor announced that no late work will be accepted due to the short time (5 weeks). All the work was done to the last day of the semester. I submitted all the work except for the final paper which worth 500/3700. I got A in all the assignments and I noticed that that he didn't grade the final paper. I sent him an email and he said that I'm 3 days late and he simply ignored my emails. I kept sending him emails and he simply ignored me. I got a zero for the paper and my grade dropped from A+ to B. What should I do? Is it my fault or his fault that I got a zero for that assignment? I think he is too harsh?
    20 answers · 6 days ago
  • If I dropout of college, do I have to put that on a future resume?

    I am 19 years old and I’ve been in college for two semesters and I feel like it just isn’t for me. Long story short I’ve been going through some things in my personal life and all I want to be is happy. My happiness is my success and I don’t feel that college is my path, Luckily I’m attending junior college for... show more
    I am 19 years old and I’ve been in college for two semesters and I feel like it just isn’t for me. Long story short I’ve been going through some things in my personal life and all I want to be is happy. My happiness is my success and I don’t feel that college is my path, Luckily I’m attending junior college for free so I didn’t waste any money. I don’t have a plan right now but the way I look at it is that it’s okay to not know what you want to do or not be career oriented. Not everybody is meant to be an engineer, doctor, nurse or make six figures. I’m honestly okay with being average but anyway when I do apply for another job later do I have to put anywhere on my resume that I even attended college?
    10 answers · 6 days ago
  • Can the conclusions of a study done with students from one college be applied to the general population of students?

    If a study is conducted at one specific university with only the students at the university, can the conclusions drawn from that study be applied to the general student population in the U.S.? For example, would the conclusions of a study done with Boston University students (18 - 21) be able to be applied to a... show more
    If a study is conducted at one specific university with only the students at the university, can the conclusions drawn from that study be applied to the general student population in the U.S.? For example, would the conclusions of a study done with Boston University students (18 - 21) be able to be applied to a student living in the area who is 16? Furthermore, how applicable are the conclusions of university studies in general?
    6 answers · 23 hours ago
  • I’m 20 and want to go to a university is it too late?

    I never knew exactly what it was I wanted to do but not I’m for sure and I’d like to go to a university, community college is nice I’ve never really went through and finished cause I didn’t like it but I want to do what I think is my calling & I would like to go to a HBCU & get away from my town so what do... show more
    I never knew exactly what it was I wanted to do but not I’m for sure and I’d like to go to a university, community college is nice I’ve never really went through and finished cause I didn’t like it but I want to do what I think is my calling & I would like to go to a HBCU & get away from my town so what do you think am I to old to try to attend a university?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Which UK university has better reputation?

    Would you please help me which UK university has better reputation amongst the University of Northampton, University of Salford and University of South Wales. I would be thankful if you could detail a bit your answer, not only just a name. (Who would answer that all have bad reputation, I know that they are not... show more
    Would you please help me which UK university has better reputation amongst the University of Northampton, University of Salford and University of South Wales. I would be thankful if you could detail a bit your answer, not only just a name. (Who would answer that all have bad reputation, I know that they are not top universities, but my question is about these three) Thank you in advance.
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • Future help!?

    Best answer: It is very unlikely any High School student knows for certain what they want to be when they grow up. You should be taking a wide range of classes in High School to help expose you to all of the different subjects. When you graduate it should be clear what subjects you enjoy, which you dislike, what you are good... show more
    Best answer: It is very unlikely any High School student knows for certain what they want to be when they grow up. You should be taking a wide range of classes in High School to help expose you to all of the different subjects. When you graduate it should be clear what subjects you enjoy, which you dislike, what you are good at, and what you struggle with. From there you would ideally go on to further study a subject area that interests you and that you excel at.

    Obviously there are some external factors that play into that decision such as "will I be able to find a good paying job after I graduate?" People may love art or cooking, but entering those fields one has to know and accept the high possibility of being unemployed and/or working very low unskilled labor jobs. There are few jobs that regularly travel around the world, but that doesn't stop you from being able to take international vacations. Likewise very few people are successful musicians, but most people enjoy music and some really enjoy playing instruments in their free time. You do not need to make a career out of those interests in order to partake in them.

    Your career should be something you really enjoy doing and would look forward to doing every day, all day long. Align your interests to specific fields in the industry and investigate what opportunities are available there. Pick something that will hopefully pay fairly well and has a good long-term outlook. When you enter college you can declare a major that will help focus your education in that direction. If you later decide it's not for you, you can change it... but those adjustments should be minor. For example you want to work in a science field, focus in biology, and decided you really enjoy working in a lab. After a couple of additional courses you find out working in a lab is not what your expected, so you decide to focus on Pharmacology. Yes it's an adjustment, but it is not a major change that will cause years of retaking classes like would happen if you decided science or biology were not you for.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do midwife’s travel?

    Best answer: You are more likely to travel, at least around the county, if you are in a rural area. If you're in a city, you will likely be making house calls, at least in a given part of the city.
    Best answer: You are more likely to travel, at least around the county, if you are in a rural area. If you're in a city, you will likely be making house calls, at least in a given part of the city.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • How long would it take to get a degree in the military?

    Especially a hard science like physics if you are not good at math?
    Especially a hard science like physics if you are not good at math?
    9 answers · 5 days ago