Posts Tagged ‘student loan debt’

Millennial Entrepreneurs Change the Economic Game

Millennials get a lot of press lately – most of it bad. This generation of new and recent college grads keeps on making headlines for its staggering student loan debt, problems fitting into the working world, and lack of interest in traditional “adult” goals. But many Millennials are turning those very negatives into positives, with […]


Students Strike Against Loan Debt

The much-discussed US student loan debt load has hit $1.2 trillion, and in spite of government-sponsored debt forgiveness and other measures, it isn’t likely to shrink. Now, a group of students is taking matters into their own hands by simply refusing to pay off loans they claim is predatory and excessive. The Corinthian 15, as […]


Student Loan Debt – A Manufactured Crisis?

With the news that American has now topped $1 trillion dollars, more even than credit card debt, journalists and presidential candidates are pelting us with freak-out stories, as if this is the only educational issue that matters. Certainly, if you owe more than $100,000 in loans, that is a big deal, no question about it. […]