Rachel Stalcup

Habitat for Humanity

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Director of Development at Habitat for Humanity in College Station, Texas

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Tuition and other expenses have gone up so much there's now a consensus that higher education costs too much, at the same time it's more necessary than ever.

Rising Cost and the Future of Higher Education

Tuition and other expenses have gone up so much there's now a consensus that higher education costs too much, at the same time it's more necessary than ever.

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