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Tony Brummel on a College Education

SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS: Asher Roth raps, “I Love College,” but Victory Records entrepreneur Tony Brummel isn’t so sure, penning an editorial for Business Week in which he touts the advantages of getting practical experience instead. Among his comments: “The skills I learned on my own have carried me through 20 years of business. Making mistakes forces one to learn.” Hey, that’s the way we work here at HITS, too. Personally, the only reason we went on to a higher education was for the toga parties. For the rest of Tony’s intriguing thoughts, check out the full article here. (3/11p)

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