Twitter drops knowledge with #FakeCollegeFacts
January 24, 2016 at 10:48 am
Once upon a time, graduating from college and getting a good job was a dream sold to American students. But things have changed and nothing is guaranteed.
Millennials are awake, fully aware of misconceptions about higher education.
Twitter’s #FakeCollegeFacts intends to dispel the myths.
— laugh@libs (@LibsNoFun) January 24, 2016
— Jeff Barrett (@BarrettAll) January 24, 2016
— Regina Spacola (@gigirules7) January 24, 2016
— Scott Wooledge (@Clarknt67) January 24, 2016
Diversity matters more than actual results. #FakeCollegeFacts
— Robert Ozias III★ (@timehasflownby) January 24, 2016
We care about you and your education and success. NOT money. #FakeCollegeFacts
— Sabrina (@SNeverything) January 24, 2016
#FakeCollegeFacts Drinking is not allowed on campus.
— E. O Sampson Jr. (@Eli_labrat) January 24, 2016
#FakeCollegeFacts Title IX guarantees that University Administrations support chess & women’s swimming just as much as football & basketball
— Carl Lamy (@carllamy) January 24, 2016
#FakeCollegeFacts all professors have your goodwill at heart
— youngin (@dave_jaga) January 24, 2016
#FakeCollegeFacts you’ll be earning 100 k the day after graduation
— /.\nDЯEW J/\MES ✞=ღ (@DrewFabolous) January 24, 2016
The government and banks would NEVER use higher education to make you a debt slave using student loans and fear of failure #FakeCollegeFacts
— Brenden Dilley (@Hublife) January 24, 2016
— gerald henderson (@tao_ofG) January 24, 2016
— SH3DIKA (@SH3DXZ) January 24, 2016
Remember college isn’t for everybody, but provided with necessary support and resources, anyone can do it.