Students at Hillsdale are aware that [something is wrong]; Stanford students are not. Students are getting married much later, can't buy a house: the cost of university at $30,000 a year is preventing that. A curriculum that creates ignorant but arrogant students. University says, “We’re not responsible for helping you get a job.” It all leads back to university, which has become corrupt, needs an audit and transparency. A Medieval society: a bunch of very rich administrators and full professors, all subsidized by part-time teachers making fraction of that with no benefits—with a progressive, egalitarian patina. The Animal Farm pigs don’t want to be attacked by animals— “I’m beyond reproach, am tenured.” They usually pick on some part-time teacher who has no tenure. Peasants outside the castle with the faculty living up in the keep. Alumni donate huge endowments that inexplicably are not taxable.
Lorenzo Fiori, Direttore Generale Ansaldo Fondazione, in re: In Italy, 246,000 cases of virus. . . . On school reopening, lots of polemics. Average age of those infected has gone from 60 to 40. . . . Human trafficking : enormous increase of small boats form Tunisia, arriving not only at small islands but in Sardinia.