Some say linking salaries to college degrees sends the wrong message. A student who goes on to teach in an impoverished neighborhood is arguably more productive to society than one who goes into finance, said Russell Berman, a Stanford humanities professor. “I think the focus on dollar amount is misguided,” Berman said. “There ought to be a different way to describe career trajectories.”. But, Carnevale predicts, if college catalogs included earnings, some students would start to demand better career preparation.
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“Lucifer” (8 p.m., Fox): In the Season 3 premiere, a confused Lucifer wakes up in the middle of the desert. With his wings back, he recruits the help of Chloe to help figure out what happened to him and why. Upon doing their own research, they come across a crime scene that could be tied to Lucifer’s kidnapping. When the Lancaster Police Department get involved, newcomer Lieutenant Marcus Pierce (Tom Welling) fails to make a great impression on everyone with his stern demeanor. “Dancing With the Stars” (8 p.m., ABC): The 11 remaining celebrities dance to celebrate those things in life that give them pleasure – which no one else really knows about. The couples will dance to the songs that remind them of their secret indulgences, including Vanessa’s love of singing karaoke with her friends, Derek’s binging of “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air,” Frankie’s obsession with boy bands, and Nikki’s fascination with sexy romance novels, to name a few. Each couple will perform a cha cha, Argentine tango, samba, Charleston, jive, jazz, Viennese waltz, salsa or quickstep, vying for America’s vote. At the end of the night, one couple will be eliminated.
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Rana Kangas-Kent is Sheila, the buxom, oversexed dancer, and she’s got the come-hither look and undulating walk down pat. But it was criminal to put her in a too-tight pink leotard that gave her the look of a stuffed bunny! She is able to show her softer side as she recalls how she found a home, “At the ballet.”. As Judy, the gangly, too-tall dancer who has huge insecurity problems, Brooke Michael Smith demonstrates a lovely voice and heart-wrenching anxiety. By contrast, Pauli Amornkul, a self-described 4-foot-10 Asian, seems to be angry about everything. It doesn’t help that her voice seldom carries far enough in the cavernous theater auditorium.