The stress of applying to college and the worry about not getting in to their dream school has grown tremendously for students in recent years. There seems to be no guarantee of acceptance no matter how strong an application is. And as more and more young people apply to top-notch universities each year, colleges appear to be more selective, choosing less and less people from the prospective pool. In the April Fools’ Day spirit, Frank Bruni wrote this article for the New York Times as a satire on the college admissions process, highlighting what we all love to hate about the higher education system.
Click here to read this article by Frank Bruni.