Now, more than ever, the institutions we've been taught to trust are taking advantage of us. In the face of a global pandemic, some students are being asked to return to in-person instruction as if nothing has happened, while others are being forced into awkward hybrid models and sub-par online platforms. To add insult to injury, those of us online are being asked to pay full price for a half-baked service, and we can't do much about it. The college experience has been lost, along with all of the connections and resources that make a modern education what it's supposed to be. But of course, the mounting expenses remain.
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