The secrets revealed by Brittany Anas about the corrupt CU tuition scandal is enough to sicken mine and many others stomachs. It is a chilling reality when you start to realize the places which provide knowledge have fallen deep into the corporate realms. University of Colorado has spun their lies to cater to what will benefit the administrators rather than concentrating on what is going to the best thing for the student. In a time where people are already flooding to community colleges, and possibly degrading their education from high tuition costs, it would seem to me that damaging public perception would be the last thing that CU would want to do by receiving something similar to the bank bailouts. The most sickening thing about this article is the reality that most of the money from tuition increases has gone to those who are “running” the school rather than those who are actually keeping the knowledge flow going. Much like the bank bailouts, money that was meant to go to improving the situation actually went to the greedy hands of those already making more than 6-figure salaries. The lying, and the greediness have to have an end somewhere and if it’s not in our schools then I don’t know where it will be.