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In Texas, falling behind on student loan payments can cost you your license to work

Roderick Scott, in his Dallas classroom on March 12, 2018
Courtesy of Leslie Boorhem-Stephenson for The Texas Tribune
Shannon Najmavadi April 4, 2018

When Roderick Scott Sr. submitted an application to renew his teacher’s license in the summer of 2015, he thought the matter was handled. He had no idea that, months later, a decades-old Texas...

I didn’t graduate in four years… and that’s okay

I didn’t graduate in four years... and that’s okay
Ashlee Morales December 15, 2016

We begin college aiming for the ever-elusive four-year graduation. We get our degree plans all mapped out and start working towards a degree and, ultimately, our  future. It’s supposed to only take...

#InTheRED

#InTheRED
Madison Chilton September 27, 2016

During the 2014-2015 school year, 52 percent of UTSA freshmen financed their tuition and fees expenses with some form of student loan. The cumulative amount of money loaned out to those freshmen totalled...

Got student debt? you’re not a-loan

Got student debt? you’re not a-loan
Justice Lovin April 4, 2016

Debt is evil, and worse than that is usury, the charging of interest on a debt. The practice is condemned by all three Abrahamic religions. The Quran says that unrepentant usurers will be eternally punished...

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