I've kind of grown an affinity for tube scarfs over the course of the pandemic. Don't know why.
Those evil bastards teaching people vector calculus and Newtonian mechanics.
How very dare they.
Pfft, no it's more like critical race theory, how people are evil unless you think a certain way, and how to get a useless degree as you flip burgers. Fun fact, I'm in STEM and I don't have to put up with that.
I also completed a science degree, so I don't recognise this cartoon idea of professors as brainwashers.
To be honest, I've never attended a social science lecture, so I can't really conclude anything much about people who teach that subject.
What I do know though, is that this is clearly a political discussion- because this is a divisive political topic. Aren't we meant to avoid pointless political arguments on this forum? Why continue to bring this stuff up?
Using my superior throbbing brain as a STEM graduate, I can't really agree that people who study humanities are useless intangibles.That's the thing, you did a STEM degree, not an humanities degree or something that isn't tangible.
Yeah, because STEM, where the real people learn things and don't waste their time on useless degrees and indoctrination.
It's not about politics directly, it's how college is being used by non-stem degrees as a means of indoctrination and control. Then again I knew this from the get go and that is why I just took my core and moved into the tech sector for Cisco.
Using my superior throbbing brain as a STEM graduate, I can't really agree that people who study humanities are useless intangibles.
We do need historians, novelists, poets and musicians. Imagine if only accountants and mathematicians were available to act in cinema. ;]
I understand people like to believe everybody who disagrees with them is stupid, but who really benefits from these cartoon stereotypes, feeling all of this hatred and disdain towards what are -often- imaginary people?