President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan does not erase enough debt to relieve the yoke of the over-priced U.S. education system from the backs of college graduates. Perspectives Writer Joshua Evans shares his opinion on why student loan forgiveness is a form of racial social justice and it should be increased.
Lowering the price of college requires fixing high schools and addressing back the root causes of rising costs.
Student loan debt makes living life impossible.
To the left is a monster and to the right, an open door. Through that open door is darkness. Whispers echo through the door from parents saying things like, “Just apply for some scholarships, that’s how I did it.” The monster whispers in your ear, “30 years, low-interest, you’ll pay it off in no time.” […]
Infographic by Andrea Oguntula This year student loan debt in the United States hit $1.1 trillion, and the average undergraduate who has taken out a loan is graduating about $30,000 in debt, Kevin Carey reported for The New York Times. A significant portion of Pepperdine’s student body is contributing to this national debt. Associate Director […]