Just a random thought. When Prof Gabriel was talking about how economics is intertwined throughout our lives, and that we cannot separate economics from our experiaces in this world, I could see how economics effects each individual. Despite people's beliefs that money is not an influence in their lives, it is. Mt. Holyoke students are a perfect example. Money effects us each differently, but somehow we all got here. One way or another through fin aide, or our relatives, or a combination, we all had to "sell" our knowledge of academics and the world to attend this school. This school was our market, and we had to sell. And Mt. Holyoke depends on the intellectual and economic market that we create. Just a thought at how we all participate as students in a market.
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