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Change Agent Reflection: Alanna Kellogg

Posted on January 15, 2016  Posted by Raymar Hampshire
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Student Loan Debt: A Multi-Generational Issue

Posted on August 21, 2015  Posted by Kristen Yancey
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There is little serious questioning of the benefits that higher education reaps for American young adults: more income over a lifetime , a better quality of life, and hopefully greater civ....

The Full Package?

Posted on August 10, 2015  Posted by Jennie Nwokoye
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Let’s take a trip down memory lane for a moment. Remember when you received your acceptance letter in the mail from your dream university or college along with your financial aid award letter? Remember how relieved you felt when you saw the amou....

Attaining a Degree + Student Debt = Diminishing Returns on the American Dream

Posted on August 6, 2015  Posted by Kristen Yancey
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Wait, what?! This is not the ethos engrained into the youth of American students. I can recall from a very tender age learning that if you work hard and smart, it will pay off. Fast forward twenty years. Many of us are in our late twenties/early t....

The Case Against Bailouts

Posted on August 3, 2015  Posted by Cullen Wheatley
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One thing you can’t say about the US education system is that it’s difficult for college hopefuls to pay for school. Obtaining loans is usually as easy as just signing your name on a dotted line, ensuring that just about anyone can go to college.....

College and Universities, Financial Risk Sharing – An Alumnus Perspective

Posted on July 28, 2015  Posted by Kristen Yancey
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By design, the higher education system is intended for any American interested to take advantage of the opportunity in some size, shape or form. The message is clear: we all must have some type of education after high school to flourish in our career....

Flip Cup Philanthropy

Posted on July 16, 2015  Posted by Raymar Hampshire
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We complicate philanthropy. The word itself is complicated. It's academic. We live in a world where old ideas are made more simple over time, yet our society has chosen to complicate one of the oldest and simplest human notions--giving.


It’s Time to Extend the Student Loan Grace Period for Recent Graduates

Posted on May 16, 2015  Posted by Raymar Hampshire
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A celestial event occurs every year around May - when millions of mortarboards return to the earth from their exhilarating ascent to the heavens.  The Higher Education gods respond by granting the owner of these mortarboards with a loan repayment gr....

Connected Potential joins SponsorChange!

Posted on April 27, 2015  Posted by Raymar Hampshire
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We are excited to highlight Connected Potential, our first social impact organization to sign up and create a project on SponsorChange's new platform! Check out their SponsorChange Profile Read More

Obama Announces “Student Aid Bill of Rights”

Posted on March 22, 2015  Posted by Kristen Yancey
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Earlier this month, President Obama introduced a set of intentional suggestions via a memorandum regarding our national....

On Joining the Corinthian 15

Posted on March 22, 2015  Posted by Cullen Wheatley
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It’s a great time to be in America if you’re involved in any kind of movement. Feminist, gay, and African-American activist groups look to be making progress. Their success is signaling to other communities - like those burdened by college debt -....

U.S. Student Loan Debt Surpasses the GDP of a Continent

Posted on February 19, 2015  Posted by Raymar Hampshire
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In more student loan debt news, we now know that debt has surpassed the entire GDP of a continent. Ok, it's Australia, but still. Think about that, collectively student loan borrowers owe more money than the value of an entire continent's goods and s....



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