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Student loan figures are misleading

Borrowing has become a slippery slope, particularly among the college-aged American. In their senior year of high school, students are trained to fill out the FAFSA as scrupulously as possible in order to get federal financial aid. Then, throughout their college career, they continue to accept both federal and private loans on a yearly basis. Add in graduate school for the truly ambitious, and that’s up to nearly a decade of borrowing money for education with little or no income to supplement it.

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SLAC, TAA rally with Palermo’s workers

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Student Labor Action Coalition and Teaching Assistants’ Association welcomed two striking Palermo’s Pizza workers to campus Wednesday to share their experiences from working for the pizza company.


The student-state tuition dilemma

University of Wisconsin-Madison sophomore Amber Cypcar works four days each week at Gordon Commons and nearly 40 hours a week at Buffalo Wild Wings in her hometown during semester breaks. But instead of spending her money on State Street shopping sprees or eating at expensive restaurants, she saves money to pay for her entire college education.

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