My opinion is that for most people, attending a private college or an out-of-state college is a complete waste of money.
If you are a high-profile attorney, politician, or wall-street investor, then maybe your school matters, but for most people it does not matter.
What matters is whether you have the right degree for the job, you have the right connections to recommend you for the job, and you have the experience to demonstrate your competency. The hardest thing is to get started when you don't know alot of people in the field and don't have alot of experience. You often start off taking a job that isn't a good fit, and then work your way into a better job. Then it becomes automatic from there and doors just start opening because you develop contacts, get experience, and your self-confidence also increases.
There's no place for pushers in doubles.
Federer leads 5-4 against Nadal on non-clay surfaces.