A quarter of the 60 wealthiest universities leave low-income students owing more than $20,000 in loans.
Young voters, more likely to be in deep college debt, are an important part of the Democratic coalition.
The more generous the government becomes with grants and loans, the more schools raise their rates.
New graduates are traditionally passed off with bromides about their brilliant education and stellar job prospects. Until now.
A Wharton School professor turns the usual college advice on its head: Forget STEM and pick a course you like and are good at.
Which graduates earn so much they can repay their loans on time?