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Paige Greenley

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Graduating Anthropology Major at Grinnell College in Iowa

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Once first among among the world's nations in college graduates, the United States has fallen to seventh, and President Obama  wants a massive new entitlement program  to get America…

Students Take on Increasing Debt to Pay for an Education

Once first among among the world's nations in college graduates, the United States has fallen to seventh, and President Obama wants a massive new entitlement program to get America…

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In the proportion of college graduates between the ages of 25 and 34, the US used to be first among the world’s nations.  But it has fallen to seventh, with tuition and other costs too…

Students Take on Increasing Debt to Pay for an Education

In the proportion of college graduates between the ages of 25 and 34, the US used to be first among the world’s nations.  But it has fallen to seventh, with tuition and other costs too…

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