Marcus Stokes who is a high school quarterback has lost his college scholarship. He was offered one from The University Of Florida to play football and they have now pulled it! Why? Stokes caused outrage after posting a video of him saying the N-word. Stokes has since issued an apology and says he was rapping a song (see below)
According to ESPN, Stokes has also received offers from Indiana, Georgia Southern, Memphis, Liberty, Penn State, South Florida, Pittsburgh, University of Utah, and Virginia Tech. The video has been removed from twitter, but you can see it in the YouTube video below. Thoughts? It starts at the 1:20 mark.
100 Best Public Colleges In America
Public universities, which are funded by government monies, are usually less expensive than their private counterparts, primarily because they do not have to rely solely on tuition fees to stay solvent. And while there is a long-standing assumption that private school education is somehow “better” than a state university, state schools often provide the same types of degrees as private ones, and depending on the student, can sometimes provide a better fit for their education.
Stacker compiled a list of the best public colleges in America using data from Niche, which was released in 2021. Niche ranks schools based on a variety of factors including academics, admissions, cost, and student life. Niche’s methodology can be found here.
Take a look at some of the best public schools in the country.