College Today Is Looking A Lot Less Like 'Animal House' And A Lot More Like 'Wall Street'

It's no secret that private college in the United States is financially out of reach for many students, but the big public universities that are supposed to provide a high-quality education at a fraction of the cost are also slowly becoming completely unaffordable. Not only that, but as tuition goes up and up and up and faculty wages go down and down and down, there are still some who are profiting handsomely. Take a look.

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