Senior Program Officer, Clare Cady, writes in The Chronicle of Higher Education “Students Shouldn’t Have to Choose Between Books and Food”
Still, many argue that being a student is supposed to be hard. They point out that they themselves struggled and sacrificed in college, and that what we’re seeing now is whiny entitlement and not a serious problem. I disagree. Many of these students are not the archetypical “poor college student,” engaged in a rite of passage by spending too much on beer and living on Top Ramen. Their hands shake because they have not eaten in two days.
Read Clare Cady’s in the Chronicle, here.