My dad was unemployed the year before college, and now he has to put my sister and I to college. My sister's college costs $30,000/year, and she recieved a $15000/year scholarship. I'm going to Baylor, around $30,000/year, but I'm only recieving $1,200/year. I wish that there was a little more money that I can put towards school.
THe administration is unreasonable. They are too set in their old ways to let students grow and develop on their own. It does not seam like they use too much reason when trying to discipline kids. In the end I think it hurts kids that they try to prtoect them like they are in a bubble, because once you get out to the real world it all changes.
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