MIR Responds: Matthew Farrell on the US’s College Affordability Crisis
MIR Responds is our new series where MIR’s podcasters will respond to writers about their articles. We may agree and we may disagree, but regardless, we’ll make sure to keep this series filled with civil debate and lively discussion. In our debut episode, host Andrew Xu sits down with MIR writer Matthew Farrell to discuss his article on the US’s inordinately large college tuition prices.
“Universal University: How College Education Can Be Democratized in the United States” by Matthew Farrell, The McGill International Review
“Mass Debt Forgiveness Is Not a Progressive Idea” by Sandy Baum, Education Next
“Measuring College Prestige vs. Cost of Enrollment” by Paul Sullivan, The New York Times
“When private colleges lose prestige, they raise tuition” by Jillian Berman, MarketWatch