The presidential debate Wednesday night highlighted just how fundamentally the two presidential candidates differ on how to relieve the nation’s debt crisis.
Turning eighteen is a rite of passage. You can smoke, gamble, take out loans, lease an apartment—and you can apply for a credit card. While a birthday celebration may or may not include one or more of the latter privileges, the first week is bound to include at least a few solicitations from credit card […]
The presidential nominees tried to reach out to young voters on the issue of financial aid, but some students remain unimpressed.
A study released last month by CNBC found USC ranks 7th out of all colleges and universities nationally in average student debt.