« on: July 20, 2010, 03:50:50 PM »
If you are that fickle then I expect you to get a divorse in less than a year of marriage. "It all went downhill when out pastor kept pushing us to encourage people to avoid divorse and then the last nail in the coffin was when my husband sent an email asking me not to leave him, how dare he try to encourage me to do things that I should want to do anyways, I hope he burns in hell!!!!"
Wow, pretty hostile response. I don't think your comparison of Cooley to marriage & divorce works (and by the way, I've been married for more than a year). It doesn't work because staying in a marriage is a positive thing (some exceptions apply), while peer pressuring students to not take better options, such as transferring to a better and likely cheaper school that will give them better opportunities, is a negative thing. Recruiting by word of mouth is fine, and isn't something I have a problem with. What I have a problem with is students being pushed to promote a school that they might not really want to recommend based on a threat of a tuition increase.