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NYU Asks Employees For Donations To Help Students Pay Crippling Cost Of Attending NYU

Another great reason to separate school and state.

Incoming NYU students can expect to shell out roughly $71,000 for tuition and expenses next year. An awful lot of that money is going to pay for administrators, President John Sexton’s Fire Island beach house, and the pricey Manhattan real estate the university is sucking up like a satanic vacuum. So where will they find the money to educate these 18-year-old adult-lets, who can’t possibly fathom what it means to enjoy a lifetime of crushing debt?

Trim the salaries of their top administrators, or at least stop handing out obscenely large bonuses? Quit opening satellites in foreign countries with dubious human rights records?

Or why not just appeal to the school’s apparently underpaid staff to help out?

full article: NYU Asks Employees For Donations To Help Students Pay Crippling Cost Of Attending NYU
March 27, 2015 by Lauren Evans

bureaucracy, corruption, crisis, elitism, funding, government, pandering, progressive, scandal, spending, unintended consequences

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