Bag’s Take-Away:
Higher education is the new Big Oil and this state university president is one of the few to object to high costs and long term indebtedness. Good luck with that.
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(credit: Andrew Spear/The New York Times caption: E. Gordon Gee, the Ohio State University president, says public colleges and universities need a new model to pay for the costs of education, beyond sticking students with higher tuition and greater debt. “The notion that universities can do business the very same way has to stop,” Mr. Gee said. .)
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Bag’s Take-Away:

Higher education is the new Big Oil and this state university president is one of the few to object to high costs and long term indebtedness. Good luck with that.

via The New York Times

(credit: Andrew Spear/The New York Times caption: E. Gordon Gee, the Ohio State University president, says public colleges and universities need a new model to pay for the costs of education, beyond sticking students with higher tuition and greater debt. “The notion that universities can do business the very same way has to stop,” Mr. Gee said. .)

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Bag’s Take-Away:
A nice photo by the NYT’s Stephen Crowley. Obama stops into a restaurant before his last speech and greets patrons. Elements? Young folks, Obama, smiles, nekkid people! You can’t go wrong with that combo. Bet you wouldn’t see a version from White House photographer Pete Souza, though.
via  The New York Times
(credit:  Stephen Crowley/The New York Times  caption: On his way to his last speech of the day on Tuesday, President Obama stopped at a popular Boulder restaurant and bar known as the Sink. Evidently, a customer was so nervous she lost control of her food, spilling yogurt on the president and a member of the Secret Service.)
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Bag’s Take-Away:

A nice photo by the NYT’s Stephen Crowley. Obama stops into a restaurant before his last speech and greets patrons. Elements? Young folks, Obama, smiles, nekkid people! You can’t go wrong with that combo. Bet you wouldn’t see a version from White House photographer Pete Souza, though.

via The New York Times

(credit: Stephen Crowley/The New York Times caption: On his way to his last speech of the day on Tuesday, President Obama stopped at a popular Boulder restaurant and bar known as the Sink. Evidently, a customer was so nervous she lost control of her food, spilling yogurt on the president and a member of the Secret Service.)

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