But don't look for running water or a toilet. And -- as one embarrassed renter found out -- unexpected issues can crop up when you live in a delivery truck.
America's student loan debt is now over $1.2 trillion. But it’s not just hurting millennials. One-third of that debt belongs to people in their 40s.
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Half of all recent college graduates are jobless or underemployed, with mounting student debt levels creating huge obstacles for millions of young people, an analysis of government data for The Associated Press has found.
In Texas, some students who show up late for class too many times, or just plain don't show up, are being sent to courtrooms instead of principals' offices, while other youngsters face heftier charges and fines for offenses that used to be handled by schools' internal disciplinary officers and structures.
Angry at school officials and the media for ousting football hero Joe Paterno, thousands of Penn State students poured into the streets of their college town Wednesday night, clashing with police, chanting and taking their frustrations out on local property and a news van.
The state-sponsored war on intimacy, fellowship and private contact continues in Missouri, where Gov. Jay Nixon just signed into law a bill forbidding any direct social networking contact between students and teachers. (more)
The well-intentioned handwringing over what to do about the slow asphyxiation of the traditional American humanities education continues over at Salon.com, where novelist Kim Brooks laments the failure of liberal arts colleges to prepare students for professionally and financially rewarding careers. (more)
Even the California Supreme Court's conservative contingent agreed Monday to uphold a ruling that gives undocumented immigrants a chance to partake in in-state tuition rates at participating institutions of higher learning.