Yeah, that is good advice you moron. Studies i've read at least show that student who go to cheaper colleges make more and hold less debt after.
An 81-year-old Newport, R.I., woman kept her lottery ticket in her Bible after realizing she had won last month's $336.4 million Powerball, The Newport Daily News reports.
Louise White went public today at a news conference in Cranston, R.I.
"I'm very happy and I'm very proud," White said. "It will make my family very happy, and we are truly blessed."
The newspaper says White lives with her son, LeRoy White, a local musician, and his wife, Deborah, a surgical nurse at Newport Hospital, on the seaside city's south side. LeRoy White is listed as a member of the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts.
Brittney Winters graduated from Princeton in 2009, expecting to use her double major in French and Spanish to get a teaching job. But aside from some freelance tutoring, the jobs she's been able to find -- waitress, public relations and video store clerk -- have all been outside her fields of study.
"The degree I have isn't obviously marketable," she said. "I don't regret what I studied. If I was going to spend four years and God knows how much money, I might as well study something I like."