The Democratic counterparts first met in mid-June to find common ground, in a reportedly tense meeting during which Clinton reportedly asked what it would take to land an endorsement from the Vermont Senator
Dear Carrie: I’ve just had a baby! Things are pretty crazy in my house right now, but I want to be sure I give my daughter every opportunity I can. I have a little bit of money saved up, but I’m uncertain what the best use is for it. Should I buy a savings bond, a CD, open an investment account or put it all in a college fund?
Who would have thought you could run into a field of land mines just trying to slash a few bucks off your student loan payment each month?
As high school seniors across the United States fill out college applications, many will run a cost-benefit analysis of the cost of a school against the lifetime earnings potential of a degree from there. But that is not the only equation to consider.
Aging white voters — especially those who have no college education — feel an acute loss of status, opportunity, and security. To deflect their angry anxiety, they’re being encouraged to rage against ethnic minorities. Here are five reasons why scared white voters can be tricked into sucking up to a billionaire who thinks they’re overpaid.
As tuition nationwide spirals upward, stressing middle-income and poor families alike, “debt-free college” has suddenly gone from nostalgic fantasy to political sound bite.
Students are caught in an agonizing bind — transfer credits or apply for a federal loan discharge.
Millennial parents are far more likely than their predecessors to save for their children’s educations and far more of them want to pay the whole tab for college. Whether they will be able to do so is questionable.
Education officials said they expect hundreds of colleges and universities to adjust their own financial aid calendars to align with the new tax information process.
A professor was shot and killed on Monday at Delta State University in Mississippi, a county coroner said, and the school remained locked down after reports of an active shooter on campus.
More than any other subject, math trips up students who might otherwise thrive in college, especially those who don’t plan to go into technical careers that require proficiency with numbers.
Making college more affordable has been an early theme of Clinton’s campaign since she launched her White House bid in April.
Liberal Arts schools begin to incorporate ‘health care management’ programs for students who seek ‘recession-proof’ jobs.
Marginalized black students at USC get a house on ‘The Row. ‘ Their neighbors will be the fraternities and sororities who will no longer be able to ignored them
“This is about power. This is about a struggle over who belongs at this university and who gets to make decisions about what happens here.”
College fraternities and sororities, concerned that students accused of sexual assault are treated unfairly, are pushing Congress to make it harder for universities to investigate rape allegations.