My cousin told me professors tell students they should demand things from companies when they join the work force. Things like cell phones, PDA's, laptops, and higher wages. They tell the students because they had to stay in school for more years than their predecessors and because they costs are greater, they are entitled to these "extras". What's more pathetic is the number of hours to graduate hasn't changed, students just are taking less classes per semester.
Kinda surprised me, he somewhat agreed and he's one of the most conservative peeps I ever met. He was even an intern for Honorable Sam Graves last semester. However, I'll bet his stance on that has changed by now.