College is a dream for many, but paying for it can be a nightmare. The cost of college has grown about 20 percent in the past 10 years, according to college tuition inflation data from the Manhattan Institute.
Last month, WWJ news radio reported that 3.2 kilos of fentanyl was seized in metro Detroit by Michigan State Police during a raid of what it called “a sophisticated drug trafficking organization with ties to Macomb County.”
What is the American dream? Some say it’s owning a home in the suburbs with a white picket fence. Others say it’s a career at Ford with a pension plan. And then, some swear it’s owning your own business.
It’s the elephant in the room in every student’s life; choosing your major. It’s one of the most important decisions of your life. It can cost you upwards of $100,000 and 8 years of your life or more if you change your mind. But no pressure!
With constant media coverage on Monkeypox, Avian Flu, and whatever the latest strain of the Coronavirus is, a person could be easily confused about what most significantly ails this country, but the statistics are not ambiguous.