Undergraduate tuition at New York University is around $41,000, but parents can be assured their bright young things are still getting The People’s Education, reports the student newspaper The Washington Square News. NYU plans to offer not one, but two classes on the burgeoning social movement known as Occupy Wall Street, so that the 1 percent may study the 99 at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Read More
The Education of Occupy Wall Street
Occupy Wall Street is lookin’ more profesh by the minute. The movement’s finance committee has replaced the paint and water gallon buckets it was using to collect $1,000 a day in cash donations with lockboxes chained in place. “Occupy Wall Street General Fund,” the box says in Sharpie, marking one of the movement’s first blatant attempts to establish a centralized authority. The lockboxes are “official;” the kids with the bucket labeled, “$ FOR PUPPIES,” are not.
The old method: