I think this is the 1st time anyone has used "overprivileged" to describe someone who actually does not get excesses in life such as luxury cars or private education. I'm not even 100% that's a real word, but if so it means that you'd have to have excess beyond even the privileged, in which case I'd expect they would indeed drive a new Mercedes and attend private schools.
Also way to throw some crazy racism in there. I've not lived a long life yet, but I've met all too many women that were arrogant & thought they were the smartest person in the room. Yet they were certainly not always women, white, or "overprilvilged".
To name a few that service-related programs paying for college:
ROTC, GI Bill 2.0, National Health Service Corps, AmeriCorps, Federal Work Study Program (though you work during college for this, it's basically just a job not a loan/grant but I think some of it is allocated for paying students doing actual community service work)
I know there are more as well. Plenty of programs/scholarships/grants, both public and private, can pay for some or even all of your higher education expenses exist. But it can be difficult to always find and apply for these, especially for kids that are essentially on their own. The system for finding and getting into these programs could maybe be unified somewhat and certainly improved.
Don't forget companies that offer tuition reimbursement for a certain amount per year if it pertains to your job.
There are plenty of ways to raise money for college. I think that we are being price gouged for what we are getting right now though.
On topic, I think this topic is utterly ridiculous.
It is ridiculous that this amounts to practically saying that we should be less kind because of a few jackasses.
Who cares if random acts of kindness are taken for granted by a few people?
"Oh, little old lady? Would you like to cut in front of me in line because you only have one item, opposed to my cart full? Too bad, stand there and deal with it because the last little old lady ASKED to cut. You people have such a sense of entitlement, sheesh."
Bunch of BS