The Problem With Playing the Scholarship Game
“Decades ago, the Oscars were acknowledged to be a self-congratulatory publicity blitz with a thin veneer of drama, sometimes intended to authenticate the managerial efforts of Hollywood’s money men. The honors were meted out beforehand, with the ceremonial excess tacked on as an afterthought three months after the winners had been announced. Although 1929 may seem a long way off, in reality that manner of thinking has just migrated to another field: the scholarship industry,” The New York Times’ The Choice blog reports.
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