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Natalia Abrams, a recent graduate of UCLA , is one of the founding facilitators of Occupy Colleges.
Mitt Romney’s Connection to For-Profit Colleges
New video reveals why Mitt Romney has been less than transparent about his connections to the for-profit college industry.
Video Contest Offers a Voice to Indebted Students
By providing this interactive platform for student debtors to share their personal testimonials, the Student Debt Crisis team aims to...
Occupy Colleges and Occupy Student Debt Join Forces
The founder of Occupy Colleges explains why Occupy Colleges and Occupy Student Debt have merged organizations and what it portends for the...
Occupy Colleges to Occupy Congress
This is Occupy 2.0 and Occupy Colleges is a part of that mission.
The Occidental Four
First-hand accounts from students of the night the LAPD raided OccupyLA.
An Open Letter and Pledge of Non-Violence to UC President Mark Yudof from the Founder of Occupy Colleges
Isn't it bad enough that they keep raising our tuitions and lowering our quality of education? Now they want to beat us into submission....
Solidarity Teach-Ins at a College Near You
Starting November 2, schools across the nation will participate in teach-ins about Occupy Wall Street in hopes of continuing and extending...
If Elizabeth Warren Were Running for President, This Would Be Her Agenda
A Police Story Unravels: How Did the NYPD Break an NBA Player’s Leg?
The New Thought Police
Why We Must Return to the US-Russian Parity Principle
The US Carried Out 674 Military Operations in Africa Last Year. Did You Hear About Any of Them?
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