Cooper Union considers ending free tuition
For more than a century, Cooper Union has been a one-of-a-kind meritocracy: Open to any student qualified to walk through its doors. For free.
Its founder envisioned higher education open to all -- regardless of race, gender or class -- an ideal that has remained the prestigious school's most cherished principle since 1902.
But a lot can change in 100 years. Cooper's board of trustees...