It’s getting sweeter into the South—and at one college in specific.
The rising cost of student debt has given birth to an odd phenomenon: a population of ostensibly generous older men who appear poised to solve the higher-education crisis, one student at a time in recent years. As soon as a subculture that is relatively underground this benevolent set of men is coming towards the rescue nationwide, basically volunteering to subsidize the students’ tuition costs. But that description could possibly be, shall we state, sugarcoating it.
Yes, these males are ponying up their more—for that is money—plus financially pupils. Nonetheless, it is maybe maybe maybe not free money, plus it’s only a few pupils. These benefactors typically expect some compensation from their beneficiaries—students who generally tend to be women willing to accept the help from the men in exchange for providing some tender loving care in other words. Read the rest of this page »
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