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Student Debt Tag

Co-published with Teen Vogue. Beyond the mental burden of the loans themselves, debt sometimes means people can't afford the care they need.

Co-published with The Guardian. I was the first in my family to go to college and I teach at an Ivy League school. I’m still broke – and I probably always will be.

Co-published with Teen VogueThere are institutional barriers for queer students who are cut off from their families.

Co-published with The NationPronouncing debt cancellation DOA takes the Supreme Court’s ruling as the last word—precisely at the moment when the court’s authority demands challenge, not complacency.

Co-published with Teen VogueBoth in terms of who can attend and the financial burdens it comes with.

Co-published with The New YorkerFor a 91-year-old law-school graduate, the Department of Education discharged more than three hundred thousand dollars in student debt. Could relief be that simple?

Co-published with Fortune. Millennials aren’t having kids because they have too much student debt. That could hurt the American economy for generations.

Co-published with The InterceptIn “Freedom Dreams,” narrated by Nina Turner, Black women talk about how student debt has impacted their lives and what cancellation would mean for their futures.

Co-published with The NationThe lesson from the Corinthian debt strikers: Should President Biden cancel student loan debt, it should be done without making debtors jump through hoops.

Co-published with The ProgressiveNearly 60 percent of college students report struggling to access basic necessities, including food and housing. A national program is providing emergency funds to change that.

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