Buzz Students See The Cost of College In Ping-Pong Balls // Presented by BuzzFeed & Thrivent 6 months ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest So this is four years of college in ping-pong balls. Check out https://NewSchoolLending.com to learn more. source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts People Eat A Tarantula November 9, 2017 Mind-Bending Optical Illusions April 9, 2016 8 powerful portraits of ordinary women changing the world for the better. May 4, 2017 Actual Holocaust survivors have a hopeful message about America's new president-elect. November 21, 2016 Guys having Fun with Statues May 24, 2016 Every man should see the infuriating reaction to this woman's blog post. April 18, 2016 18 Comments blacknester August 11, 2017 Why not just go to the free one instead of going to the fancy paid ones? [JKL] Sappers August 11, 2017 M8 why dafuq is a ping pong ball $7 Emi Lynn August 11, 2017 Was this Eugene's idea? Jail August 11, 2017 I thought at the end buzz feed would offer to pay their tuition. But no buzz feed ain't about that. g3-Pesty August 11, 2017 why are they smiling and giggling? they should be terrified. g3-Pesty August 11, 2017 why are they smiling and giggling? they should be terrified. katherine fisher August 11, 2017 Unlike confident watch communicate with face office both. Noah Thomsen August 11, 2017 @drinkme! I'm from denmark… Free college too, and we get paid to study – beat that! Hehe Katie Franklin August 11, 2017 One semester for me is 8,000 Dora Xu August 11, 2017 I wish it covered their head. imnotgaybut20is20 August 11, 2017 That is why government loans are bad. Since universities know that government will loan the students money, they will bid tuition throguh the roof. So when a student gets a degree thay doesnt meet the job market they will face a massive problem. Take the governemnt loans out and youll see universities forcrd to lower tuition so the students can afford to go. Why are people so dependent on governemnt? Education and healthcare is a commodity not a right. If we want services to educate or improve our health we don't beg tje governemnt…. We save up and buy the things we need. Ana Plumlee August 11, 2017 HAHAHAHAHA I go to private school HAHAHAHAHA cries Krystalyn Yeakley August 11, 2017 Just a suggestion to people but the military gives you free college so….join. Cheryll Serrano August 11, 2017 They running out of ideas though. Death Wizard August 11, 2017 Collage is going to be though Death Wizard August 11, 2017 Math Mental AbuseTo Humans crzchocho 2007 August 11, 2017 I go to private sooooo uh oh K. Ren August 11, 2017 Whoever said "we're not done yet" sounded exactly like Adam Driver!