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No Mercy No Malice

Why the Big Business of Academia Is in Denial

Universities have siphoned $1.5 trillion in credit from students — and they don’t want to have to give it back

U.S. university presidents and chancellors, enough already.

It’s time to end the consensual hallucination between university leadership, parents, and students that in-person classes will resume in the fall. The bold statements from presidents and provosts are symptomatic of the viruses that…




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Scott Galloway

Scott Galloway

Prof Marketing, NYU Stern • Host, CNN+ • Pivot, Prof G Podcasts • Bestselling author, The Four, The Algebra of Happiness, Post Corona •

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