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The Decay of the Ivy League Week in Higher Education

The Decay of the Ivy League Week in Higher Education

Your weekly report on campus news.

Years ago, getting into an Ivy League school was a big deal. Students who were accepted were presumed to be the best of the best. That’s just not true anymore.

Critical Race Theory and social justice in education are part of the reason.

When did this become acceptable?

Is this what was intended for that money?

COVID restrictions are already returning to some campuses.

Shall not be questioned.

But I was told that police are the problem.

Why are you in college?


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caseoftheblues | August 7, 2021 at 9:16 am

My experiences with more recent Ivy League grads and students….they can memorize material quite well and spit it back out with very little comprehension or critical thinking about it…entitled attitude…prone to being lazy, taking shortcuts, belief others should be held to certain standards and rules they are exempt from, miserable people looking to squash other’s happiness or success by either stopping it or belittling or demeaning it.

It’s been decaying for decades. Leftism Seminaries have been going for a long time.

It’s embarrassing to 90% of alumni who graduated when the Ivy League still stood for intellectual honesty and inquiry.

The last few decades they have suffered from the decadence of self-absorption, pomposity and elitism. Wokeism has infested academia. It’s hard to see how they return to their former academic stature.

    alohahola in reply to Ben Kent. | August 8, 2021 at 5:43 pm

    I know many who will no longer donate to their alma mater.

    But that doesn’t really matter–they’re all whoring themselves at with numerous master’s and certificate programs.

    They’ve all cheapened the Ivy League brand.