In fairness, Harvard provides financial aid to almost 70% of undergraduates. Of those undergraduates, the median payment for tuition, room and board, books, and travel by families receiving financial aid is a little less than $15,000 per year. Median financial aid from Harvard is currently about $45K per year.
Thanks, guess I assumed and was ignorant; that said, I still have a rampant dislike for them and Yale and pretty much all bubble-laden-insulated-from-reality-holier-than-though universities with their atheistic-human-worshiping professors and such. Not meant for you, just needed to say it to feel better...it’s amazing as they are the ones who think we’re so stupid yet they are either really poor in math (approving deficits to pay for other deficits) or just evil or both... I think you get my gist.
posted on 10/17/2013 1:48:40 PM PDT
(Life is hard, but its harder when youre stupid. John Wayne)
Harvard's a big place. So is Yale. I appreciate how you feel, but the stereotypes and generalizations are a little harder when one gets a little closer to take a look.
posted on 10/17/2013 2:53:17 PM PDT
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