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In The News (6/2/08)

Here is this week’s edition of “In The News” – A compiled list of news stories and blog posts from this last week that you should read!

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Tough Assignment: Find College Loans – The Wall Street Journal
Money management can make students’ dollars last longer – Norwich Bulletin
You’ve Graduated: Now Pay Back Your Debts – WalletPop
Not All University Students Will ‘Mature Out’ Of Heavy Drinking Habits – Science Daily
Letting High Schoolers Voluntarily Graduate Early Would Benefit Them And Taxpayers. – Courant.com

The first article is kind of scary. As many of you know, loans make college possible for a good majority of college students. Unfortunately for us, the government limits the amount of loans that are backed by the government. Typically they offer better rates, so I think we all want to get those loans. However, because of that limit, we’re often forced to either get a job (or two) or we seek out loans from a private source. The article discusses the private lender situation, and it’s not a good one. Things seem to be alright for the next year, but beyond that, who knows? I suggest you read the article!

After reading the articles, is there anything that raises some questions for you? Any thoughts on the articles? Leave a comment below and share with us all. We all want to hear what you think!

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