@virginiagil you’re dogs are on another level. #pitbulls #begging #backedintoacorner #luvabull #pitparent #pitbullsofinstagram #bullybreed #babies #love #rex #luna #dontbullymybreed ❤️
What the hell is surrounding my house. #ew #killitwithfire #picstitch #uglysideofnature 🙅😳👎
have I talked about how my two cats love each other so much and they literally do everything together and they’re always piled all over each other like
even when they’re not sleeping they’re just hanging out
shut the fuck up and look at these fucking cats holy fucking hell shitfuck holy fuck
for real though.
American higher education baffles me. The best universities in my country are completely free, and even the private ones are not so expensive that it’d force someone to incur in debt.
Could someone tell me how much US students pay to attend college? In Canada, colleges tend to be 3-5K a year, and universities are 5-7K.
Most schools are between 40-60K. Some (like NYU and a few others) are more.
And no. That’s not a typo.
They are 40-60k yearly, not in total. (I am talking about Ivy leagues.)
The second tier schools are generally 30-40k a year.
Even state colleges end up being around 120k by the end of your career.
My tuition plus residence and other fees for first year is around $17-20 at a well known and respected university, most of my tuition is paid with OSAP (ontario student assistant program), which is based of my parents income.
I get really worked up about the debt I’ll have once I graduate but then I think of how much Americans pay each year for college and university and I feel a lot better, sadly.