College, a time to find who you are and what you want to do with your life. It is a time to try without the normal repercussions of “real life.” You make lifelong friends and connection that can open doors for a life you thought wasn’t possible. It’s up to you! Well... it’s supposed to be, but with parents intervening in their children's lives, is it still the same?
I was watching Conan O'Brien, and he was talking about colleges accepting “bribes” from famous parent to get their kids into the school. That's not what I was was focused on, his tie bar was crooked. It was also crooked and too long. There are so many rules of fashion that most don't know about. I want to make a clip where it doesn't matter because it won't be seen.
If you have a legal matter, usually, you need to get a Lawyer. They need to keep a uniform appearance and represent you in the best light, can't wear sweats and a Hawaiian shirt. They wear a suit. However, don't be fooled some are just in it for the money, praise, or chase for power.
I can straighten them out. Lawyers wear ties and need to be kept on the "straight and narrow". One tie at a time!
Lori Loughlin, daughter Olivia Jade, was caught "bribing" a university, USC to get her daughter in a highly competitive school. The college scandal included dozens of rich and famous trying to get their children a head-start by attempting to buy a place the school roster. College is a time to grow as a person, try things you otherwise couldn't once you have a "real job". Some kids go for the experience of college, some got for girls, and some for the pursuit of knowledge and learning. College used to be an investment in your future, to increase your earning potential, to grow you network by the alumni that are looking to hire you. The top schools still work this way. But according to Nerdwallet, college supplies kids with skills (which could be outdated by the time they graduate), job security (attending and finishing college doubles to potential to not go unemployed), make more money (living expenses keep getting more expensive, companies are going to subscription model. Might seem like less, it's just 10 dollars, but if you have 20 "small" things it can add up, like Starbucks trips.), make lasting connection (this might be a business partner, or your future spouse.) and others to help educate students more that what little that got in high school. College can set you up for life, you can experience things you otherwise can't. A time to find who you are and what your want to do with your life in a somewhat protected environment that incubates creativity and you choice to choose. With parents try to "help" their kids by protecting them or trying to help them get into good schools, it might not be the best for them. Some kids don't need to go to university, it's not for everyone, but a joy of learning can't be taught. College used to be the way to a good stable career with enough time to have a work-life balance, now it is accessible to any and everyone. This brings the worst of it down, like many big tech firms figuring our, like Google, Apple, IBM and big retailers like Home Depot, Nordstrom, and Costco following suit. It can be a stepping stone, a road block or a testing ground is up to you are why you're there.