What happens when you invite two dozen PIN sources to sit in a circle and share their stories about alienation and politics? Turns out, they make friends — despite their political differences.
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Talk about student loans usually conjures images of 20-somethings struggling to make their payments as they find steady work. But of the $900-plus billion in student loan debt in the U.S., more than a third is held by people over age 40 — and they’re having a harder time paying it back.
Title IX was reality for Diane Goldberg, who entered Columbia University the year it went coed. In 1983. As teams battled for women to join their ranks regardless of experience, she left registration day with a new slate of classes and a spot on the fencing team.
One was a letter drafting him into the military. The other was a letter accepting him into Harvard University. Not sure what to do, Orazem went to his local draft board for advice.