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Wheeling Jesuit Graduates 385

May 19, 2013

WHEELING — Businessman Mike Ferns Sr. believes the future is bright for new college graduates willing to invest the necessary time in their careers....

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Ragnar

May-19-13 9:30 AM

1) You go forth with $80,000 in student loan debt for your Humanities degree.

2) No one outside of a 50 mile radius has heard of Wheeling Jesuit. Your degree has the same value as a degree from West Liberty.

3) You will follow the Jesuit mantra of service for others-and wind up working at a soup kitchen in San Francisco.

4) Because you owe $80,000 on your loans and you earn $8 per hour at the soup kitchen, you cannot donate to the alumni campaign.

5) WJU encourages its' students to be people for others-which usually means being exploited for underpaid labor. And WJU's Board then scratches their collective heads and asks why their endowment does not grow.

6) WJU closes and the Pittsburgh banking interests that are drooling over the campus step in and work out a buyout. The local Bishop is involved in some way, of course.

Miss Ivana, with her third nipple, told me all of the above when Brody, TS and myself visited her at a dirt mall in Jersey.

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topofthehill

May-19-13 11:07 AM

Ragnar probably flunked out of WJU after having been refused admission to WLU. Apparently doesn't like his job as server.

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DisplacedWVian

May-19-13 8:09 PM

Great. 385 more people added to the unemployment roles.... Thanks Barry and company.

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Ragnar

May-20-13 6:15 AM

topofthehill

WJU graduate whose points below do not apply to me but to dozens of folks with whom I graduated.

Nice try, though.

"Day after day, the fool on the hill..."

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