Nathan Hornes

Everest College graduate

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Graduate from Everest College in Ontario. He’s part of a group of Corinthian College students now refusing to pay back their loans.

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Corinthian Colleges officially went out of business today. It was once one of the country’s biggest for-profit college chains.

Corinthian Colleges Closes Its Doors

Corinthian Colleges officially went out of business today. It was once one of the country’s biggest for-profit college chains.

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