The Lord Byron type is impossible to find these days, gap in the market?
Self-flaggelation and village idiots.
13 minutes in: “Our common enemy is capitalism.”
(sometimes initial capital letter) a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism.
They don’t seem to like white people (racism) and you could relate the hatred of a nation to a different form of nationalism. The rest fits 100%.
“Instead of clutching a copy of Karl Marx today’s students are more likely to be perusing the complaints procedure at their faculty, Mr Willetts claims.
Mr Willetts said: ‘My experience now going to meet students is that they are not, by and large, plotting Marxist revolution in Latin America.
‘They are instead frustrated that their seminars are too crowded, it takes too long to get an academic to resound to their academic work.
‘But overall they are more serious-minded than ever.’”
“The minister points out that in extreme cases the worst universities could end up in court for breach of contract.”
“‘Students do have rights: ultimately universities have to provide them with up to £9,000 of education.’
And if they don’t, the universities could find themselves being sued.
‘Ultimately there is a legal contract for the university to deliver services. That doesn’t mean we want lots of people pursuing universities through the courts.
‘But there is this body, the Office of the Independent Adjudicator, which will try to resolve student complaints if they can’t be done through the university.’”
“Some students are now so fed up with the quality of their courses they have carried out analysis of the amount – and quality – of the tuition they receive to see if they are getting their money’s worth.“
They can math. I iz impressed.
“Economics students in Manchester are demanding fewer multiple choice exams – which are easier to mark – and more open-ended essays which will take more time for their lecturers to assess.
Some 35 per cent of students surveyed said it took more than three weeks to have an assignment marked and returned to them while a quarter complained about not always getting prompt feedback.”
Yeah. Teachers are lazy. That’s why they teach.
“Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach.” ~ George Bernard Shaw
“According to the latest Graduate Labour Market Brief, the average salary for graduates with one degree is £32,000, compared to £20,000 for non-graduates.“
Three+ years of your life. 9k*3y+6k*3y living expenses = £45k. And opportunity cost.
They’re learning something alright: capitalism.
We call this market demand.