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College tuition news and analysis from The Nation
June 15, 2020
What About the International Students?
The coronavirus threw their lives into disarray. Months in, their futures are still uncertain.
May 27, 2020
Universities to Grad Students: Drop Dead
“Academic workers worldwide perform the labor that makes our institutions run. We deserve basic labor protections, especially during this pandemic.”
May 20, 2020
If Cuomo Cuts Funding, CUNY Layoffs Will Be a ‘Bloodbath’
Employees of New York City’s public colleges are already being hit by the governor’s proposed austerity budget.
April 24, 2020
Students Across the Country Are Going on Strike
Students say that universities, despite their massive endowments and ongoing fundraising, are not meeting their basic needs as they continue their education in the midst of a pandemic.
March 18, 2020
Now Is the Time to Cancel Student Debt
Maintaining the persistent burden of student debt is a recipe for economic disaster for millions of everyday people.
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February 5, 2020
Students Shouldn’t Have to Choose Between Groceries and Therapy
Students at Stanford say that campus mental health care is nearly impossible to access—a problem students across the country are facing, too.
January 28, 2020
Letters From the February 10, 2020, Issue
Impeachment is an inside job… Lessons in free education… The great Picasso con… The GOP’s unhealthy agenda…
November 1, 2019
The GOP’s Crony Capitalism Is Racing Full-Steam Ahead
Special favors for student-loan fraudsters, tax breaks favoring junk-bond crook Michael Milken, continuing purges of voter rolls—this party’s MO is pillage and plunder.
October 28, 2019
These Students Want to Know: Where’s Their Tuition Money Going?
Public universities across the country are increasing tuition, but students aren’t seeing any of the promised benefits.
September 27, 2019
The Good (Free Tuition!), the Bad (Student Debt), & the Ugly (DeVos’s DOE) in Higher Ed
The Trump administration is now rewarding the worst actors—but great new policies are being rolled out at the state level.