You read that right. From the LA Weekly:
“It’s an absurdly small class for any MFA program, and particularly for USC’s Roski School of Art and Design. Last May, the once-lauded program suffered a devastating blow when the entire class of 2016 left the school in protest of alleged broken promises and a perceived corporate takeover of the program.”
THIS. THIS is the price we pay for the corporatization of higher education. Head over to the LA Weekly for the full article.