Marian Wang, ProPublica

  • How College Pricing Is Like Holiday Retail Sales

    Savvier college-bound consumers know that the so-called “sticker price” of tuition and fees at a given college or university isn’t what many – or even most – students pay.
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  • Public Universities Ramp Up Aid for the Wealthy, Leaving the Poor Behind

    Chasing prestige and battered by state funding cuts, many public colleges and universities with a historic responsibility to provide access to an affordable education have turned to "financial aid leveraging," offering wealthy or high-scoring students dis
  • Course Load: The Growing Burden of College Fees

    Student fees have been something of a known irritant for years, often criticized as a kind of stealth, second tuition imposed on unsuspecting families.
  • No Post For You

    While on summer recess, Congress blocks recess appointments
      Neither chamber of Congress officially adjourned.
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  • Something Borrowed

    Explaining the latest on the debt-ceiling drama
      Boehner, Cantor and Obama have all previously voted to raise the debt ceiling.
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