PERSPECTIVES: Where Should I Go To School?

The Washington Post’s Jeff Selingo takes on the age-old question: Should I attend an elite college? His answer makes for interesting reading.

“The students who succeed after college I have found are those who are always learning outside the classroom as undergraduates, in everyday circumstances, whether in clubs, sports, activities, in residence halls or in part-time jobs. It’s that lifelong curiosity that leads us to appreciate education whenever it happens and wherever, even when it doesn’t come on the campus of an elite university.”

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