Do you agree with Helen Keller that "college isn't the place to go for ideas"?

She worked tremendously hard to persevere through the immense obstacles in her path and gain her admission to Radcliffe, the sister school to Harvard at that time, and become the first deaf-blind person to ever earn a Bachelor of Arts degree, so clearly she valued higher education, but perhaps she saw college more... show more She worked tremendously hard to persevere through the immense obstacles in her path and gain her admission to Radcliffe, the sister school to Harvard at that time, and become the first deaf-blind person to ever earn a Bachelor of Arts degree, so clearly she valued higher education, but perhaps she saw college more as a place to gather knowledge and experience than ideas. In your opinion, what is the true purpose of college, and do you agree with Helen Keller?
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