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By: Natalia Abrams Student Loan Debt is crushing the American Dream for millions of borrowers and it is only getting worse. The time is now that we all put aside our policy differences and come together for one clear goal – Support Higher Education with No Debt! This Thursday, March 6th, StudentDebtCrisis.org will join dozens […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 29, 2014 CONTACT: Natalia Abrams 310-365-1069 – firstname.lastname@example.org StudentDebtCrisis.org on the State of the Union Address “We are encouraged that the President spoke about the struggles of “…those who feel trapped by student loan debt.” and implore him to seek more in-depth solutions to the student debt crisis.” – Natalia Abrams […]
Check out this wonderful video submitted for the #OutwithStudentDebt video project.
DATE: August 26, 2013 FROM: Natalia Abrams M: (646) 820-8037 E: Info@StudentDebtCrisis.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Deadline Extended for #OutWithStudentDebt Video Project StudentDebtCrisis.org has announced that the submission deadline has been extended through September 30th for the #OutWithStudentDebt Video Project – an initiative designed to help shed the stigma of shame and embarrassment that comes along […]
By: Robert Applebaum, Executive Director President Obama’s speech this morning at the university at Buffalo signals good news on the horizon for nearly 40 million student loan borrowers who collectively owe approximately $1.2 trillion in educational debt. For far too long, the issues of college affordability and the ever-growing student debt crisis have largely been […]
If you care about the issue of affordable higher education and/or the existing $1.1 Trillion in outstanding student loan debt, then please join us by attending your local 4th of July parades and events in your hometown with signs and banners to get the attention of your elected officials. Then, take photos from the events […]
Originally posted by Robert Applebaum and The Student Nation in The Student Nation With interest rates on federally subsidized Stafford Loans set to double on July 1, from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent, student debt has finally started getting the attention it deserves. Unfortunately, most of the coverage of the metastasizing student debt crisis fails […]