Today's college classes are a looking glass into the future.
Thursday, August 21, 1997
It is no myth that we are a products of our education, and, similarly, that our education is shaped by the demands of our social and economic atmosphere. So, apparently, those who venture to peer into our ivory towered curricula will find our social and economic future starting right back.
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