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If Student Loans Were Honest

College is going to be one of the biggest investments of your life… …which is why you should just trust what the student loan companies tell you without even thinking twice about how much you could be screwed after school has ended.

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Which College Offers The “Best Bang” For Your Tuition Buck?

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Aug 16, 2017 Is making the investment in a college education still worth it? How much debt can you expect to have after you graduate, and how much money will you make in your career? As HowMuch.net details, Nitrocollege.com crunched the numbers from the top twenty public and top twenty private schools in the […]

Which College Offers The “Best Bang” For Your Tuition Buck?

Is making the investment in a college education still worth it? How much debt can you expect to have after you graduate, and how much money will you make in your career? As HowMuch.net details, Nitrocollege.com crunched the numbers from the top twenty public and top twenty private schools in the country and created a visualization […]

Baltimore Mayor Offers Solution To “Out Of Control” Homicides – Free Community College For All

Via StockBoardAsset.com, Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh announces her crime-fighting initiative last Wednesday, portion of which includes free community college.  Her answer to a homicide rate that is doubled Chicago’s is free community college for Baltimore youth. Here is what she had to say per WBALTV: “Community college has become critical in providing the necessary education and training […]

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Australian City Council Halts Construction Of Synagogue Over Fears That ISIS Could Target It

Authored by Daniel Lang via SHTFplan.com, People living in the West have given up a lot to satisfy their government’s concerns over terrorism. Here in the US for instance, our right to privacy in our homes, on our persons, and especially in our communications, has essentially died since 9/11. Everything we say on our phones […]

U.S. Rent Growth Flatlines As Massive Flood Of New Apartment Supply Finally Takes Its Toll

After a slow and steady march higher in the wake of the ‘great recession’ nearly a decade ago, a note today from Rent Cafe shows that average rents in the United States may have finally stalled in July at $1,350 per month after posting a paltry sequential gain of just 0.1%.   Rents are still […]

Professor Lets Students Choose Their Own Grades For “Stress Reduction”

Authored by Anthony Gockowski via CampusReform.org,   A University of Georgia professor has adopted a “stress reduction policy” that will allow students to select their own grades if they “feel unduly stressed” by the ones they earned. According to online course syllabi for two of Dr. Richard Watson’s fall business courses, he has introduced the […]

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