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Too Rich for Tuition Assistance… Too Poor for Tuition

by Mara Strom Wisebread had an interesting post about students whose families’ middle class income status has squeezed them out of the golden Medina of federal and state financial assistance: Financial Need. Blogger Xin Lu cites two college friends whose families were well off enough to be denied financial assistance to their top picks — […]

On The Campaign Trail: John McCain on Higher Education

Republic Nominee John McCain

ARCHIVE STORY – June 30, 2008 by Mara Strom Last week, we spotlighted the views of Barack Obama, the (presumed) Democratic nominee, on higher education and financial aid. I promised you then that I wasn’t being partisan — and that we’d look this week at what the Republican nominee John McCain has to say about […]

On The Campaign Trail: Barack Obama on Financial Aid

Barack Obama at UNLV

June 23, 2008 by Mara Strom A few weeks ago, I mentioned the brouhaha that was brewing between Barack Obama and John McCain over the Democrats’ proposal to fully fund scholarships for 3-year veterans. Well, that’s not the only financial aid issue making its way onto the ’08 campaign trail with the presumed Presidential candidates. […]