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I would say that I agree with Gillian White because although both essays/articles have flaws, Ungar seems to bring forth a bigger bias through his essay. Since Ungar is the president of a liberal arts college, he is most likely trying to persuade more students to consider liberal arts colleges. Aside from Ungar's bias, I overall agree more with White because she clearly emphasizes how college graduates (over time) are doing better than people with just high school diplomas. This is a point I agree with because though a person may have worked for many years in a company, the company would most likely choose someone right out of college with a degree in the desired field. It's due to the fact that the new worker would bring in more innovation and ideas instead of doing things the old fashioned way. Though I do agree with White more, I do still agree with the point made by Ungar. There are too many misconceptions about liberal arts school but it isn't for everyone. Ungar may have a bias being the president of a liberal arts college, but at the same time it may just be that he has a lot of experience with seeing all the students come in and out of his school. Both sides present great points but I think White hits the point straightforward better. is now following The Typepad Team
Oct 10, 2016