"One night it just hit me: I had the means to help people," said Florida Tech senior Roland Hesmondhalgh, who donates his leftover funds every spring.
This year's college graduating class, raised by brooding cynics and witnesses to the economic collapse of 2008, are clear-eyed pragmatists.
"I was expected to make a $400 loan payment every month, but I had no money, no sustainable income. College ruined my life."
New York Democratic congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez applauded a billionaire's offer to pay off an entire Morehouse College class' student loans, but she cautioned people shouldn't be forced to rely on the generosity of a wealthy stranger.
"Disgraced former officials should not be offered cushy fellowships to rehabilitate their image," a spokesperson for advocacy group Restore Public Trust said.
"Other reforms may bring the cost of college down, but we must better protect free inquiry in order to bring the quality of college up."
Warren's proposals might require a tax on the middle class, according to one economist.
"We're starting to get to the point where wage gains are accelerating faster than college tuition," said a study from the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
"We can't make up for the loss of the parent, but we can at least make sure they get the college education they deserve," said New York state Senator John Brooks of his bill.
After moving to the United States for college, I struggled to find the right person to ask for help.
Looking back at the Bayh-Celler amendment, which came pretty close to abolishing the Electoral College in the late '60s to early '70s.
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York called on students and parents to demand progress rather than fight with one another over admission to a handful of prestigious institutions.
"I don't see litigation as the route to preventing this from happening again."
Fox News ran several segments this week warning Americans of the dangers of democratic socialism, but now the outlet is taking aim at the wife of the movement's most prolific member: Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Anxiety, depression and drug addiction are the leading problems in a deepening mental health crisis among America's young people.
"It seemed like an obvious trend that was gonna happen."
A major for-profit university has reached a settlement with 48 states and the District of Columbia that will force it to wipe out nearly $500 million in debt incurred by thousands of its students across the country.
Harvard said the German chancellor will be its principal speaker at the ceremony next May.
"It's OK to like porn. It's OK to not like porn. And it's OK to be confused by porn. You are where you are, and you are who you are," the actress said.
Guess who has a neuroscience Ph.D.
"Every time some anti-white, anti-American, anti-freedom event takes place, you look at it, and it's Jews behind it," the posters read.
The University of Washington College Republicans celebrated Brett Kavanaugh's being sworn in to the Supreme Court with a "Beers for Brett" bar outing Saturday in honor of the judge's self-proclaimed fondness for the beverage.
In a 2014 book, the professor described gay marriage as "insanity" and instructed women to wear long skirts.