Reflections on college admissions scandal

April 12, 2019

Context: Parents of a number of college applicants are accused of paying more than $25 million to inflate test scores and bribe college officials to ensure their children's admission to prominent American universities (more on Wikipedia). Public outrage and a few students who didn't win a place at their dream school, signed up to a class action law suit

 

A month after the FBI first revealed the scam, a reflection (graphics for illustration only):

 

 

 

 

College admission: How we say the world should be

 

 

 

 

 

 College graduation: How we make the world be

 

It matters sometimes to some people where we study. What should matter more is what we do with the branding of diplomas after. 

 

 

 

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Zuzanna Fiminska | Project Neighbours

Oxford, England, UK