Christopher White

Christopher White, a native of Denver, Colorado, is attending school in the heart of Texas after his six-year tenure as a combat medic in the United States Army. His travels have taken him far and wide, however, he has never lost sight of his dedication to the pursuit of excellence through education. His foremost effort in life is self-actualization through philanthropy, intellectual activity, and social interaction. In his free time, he enjoys learning to play an aboriginal instrument called the Didgeridoo and studying politics.

Recent articles from Christopher White

California Attorney General Kamala Harris gestures while standing by a display showing the target demographic of Corinthian Colleges during a news conference Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013, in San Francisco. California's attorney general is suing the college company, alleging it misrepresented job placement rates and school programs to lure low-income state residents. According to the AG's Office, Santa Ana-based Corinthian and its subsidiaries operate Everest, Heald and WyoTech colleges and have 81,000 students. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
Here’s How For-Profit Schools Mislead Veterans
Veterans are being aggressively recruited by enrollment counselors, aka recruiters, employed by for-profit colleges who want a slice of the G.I. Bill pie, but are not all upfront about accreditation requirements, degree programs, career placement, and costs.