Ann Bowers

Corinthian College graduate

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One of the "Corinthian 15," a group of Corinthian College graduates who are refusing to pay their student loans

Ann Bowers on KCRW

"The future of the for-profit college industry is looking pretty dismal right about now — and that, many would agree, is generally a good thing."

Obama and Former Students Go After For-Profit Colleges

"The future of the for-profit college industry is looking pretty dismal right about now — and that, many would agree, is generally a good thing."

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