By JANESS ANN J. ELLAO
A college degree is believed to be a ticket to a decent job and a better future so parents work hard and scrimp on expenses to put their children through college. But with the crisis, there are no guarantees.
Picture this: you, in your toga, walking along the long aisle, waiting for your name to be called, excited to get hold of that diploma, or medal (if you are an honor student), until that final moment came when you could release a sigh of relief because you’re done with college. But after the wild…