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The case for Warren’s student loan debt cancellation plan

Plan addresses racial, wealth disparities, making it particularly relevant, beneficial to Wisconsin

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There’s no need for a state-run student loan refinance program

Loan refinancing is already offered by private sector, state government is not well-equipped to manage student loans

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Natural Light’s unnatural solution to the student debt crisis

Natural Light, other private companies generously aid with student loan repayment — but is that a solution for this problem?

City of Madison

Companies are attempting to recruit millennials by offering student loan repayment assistance

Madison-area company Esker announced their new employee benefit this month

Herald

Rollback of restrictions on for-profit colleges exploits vulnerable student populations

If guidelines are repealed, corrupt institutions gain an opportunity to further profit instead of students

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Student loans are not meant for cryptocurrency investments

Recent studies suggest more students are investing in cryptocurrency with loan funds, a dangerous and unstable cycle

Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: Lasting solutions and student liberty, why conservative student debt measures make most sense

Conservative strategies to reduce student debt must be embraced, as past strategies have only accentuated problem

Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: Halt the trend of default, why student loan regulations must change

Democrats have introduced good sense measures for addressing student debt crisis, it's time our state embraced them

UW-Madison Campus

Lawmakers work to prevent expiration of federal student loan program

Perkins Loan Program provides undergraduates with financial aid, is set to expire September 30

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New York stands as beacon of hope for debt-ridden college students nationwide

Low-cost or even free college would greatly increase accessibility of higher education for students of lower socio-economic status