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College has been called everything from a necessary component of the American dream to the great unleveler, but it almost doesn’t matter to foreign students. No matter if they come from England or Eritrea, they’re subject to sky-high tuition under the “international” label. Tennessee and Oregon wanted to change that, and now Washington is following suit.
I chose this week’s letters because they so similarly mirrored each other, with one student wanting to move onto campus and the other interested in the opposite
Even now, in college, I’m at a state school and living at home because it’s so close. And it sounds silly, but I’m nervous about flaming out once I get there, and then feeling homesick all the time when it’s supposed to be half-school, half-adventure.