College is a place where millions of young people go to find themselves and experience life on their own. They find their passions, meet new friends, go to bars, and experience everything else college offers. But many men nowadays aren't enrolling in College 101. In the 2021 academic year, men made up just over 40% of enrolled college students, compared with an all-time high of nearly 60% for women. U.S. Colleges and universities have 1.5 million fewer students than they did five years ago, and men accounted for over 70% of that decline. This begs the question, why is this happening? Doug Belkin, higher education reporter at The Wall Street Journal, joins None of the Above to discuss.