College students face many issues today, including raising tuition rates and cuts to programs. Student loan debt topped $1 trillion and is expected to reach (and even surpass) $1.3 trillion.
In a society where the national student debt totals $1.1 trillion, it is more important than ever to lift young activists up and support them in their efforts to organize and create social change.
What do you call a proposal that breaks promises to city workers, destroys their family's hard-earned retirement security, lowers the city's tax base and harms our fragile economy?
On July 1 interest rates for federally subsidized Stafford Loans will double for 7.4 million students unless Congress takes action.
With the economy still "depressed" and student debt at an all-time high, policymakers and students should be discussing reforms to the way interest rates are calculated.
College activists lobbied Congress for relief last month during the United States Student Association's annual legislative conference.
For two years, we have had continual crises with debt ceilings, budget resolutions, and really big scary numbers.
House Republicans have not changed their ransom demands. They've simply chosen a different hostage. For now.
Got debt? Beware! Your employer may fire you for it.
President Barack Obama is on the road again, this time to warn students about a pending interest rate hike on college loans if Congress doesn't act.