It’s not everyday you wind up on a list of leaders with President Barack Obama. But HyperVocal’s student loan debt maven Cryn Johannsen discovered that to be the case on Tuesday. What’s the list all about? Find out here.
Sadly, a lot of kids won’t be getting a present from Santa Claus this year. But Cryn Johannsen is asking for a gift anyway, because she’s been nice: “Here’s what I want for Christmas — a Congressman or Congresswoman.” What kind? Find out.
Many signatures being added to this at UC Davis: “We, the undersigned UC Davis faculty are compelled by evidence available now to publicly state we have no confidence in the ability of Chancellor Linda Katehi to lead us forward.”
Pay attention to this exchange between a caller and Nobel-winning economist Paul Krugman. It’s noteworthy, particularly in light of the recent brouhaha over the poorly articulated terms of “loan forgiveness” versus a refusal to pay student loan debt.
Another op-ed about loan forgiveness?! No thanks, Washington Post. Cryn Johannsen breaks down why redefining the student loans movement is necessary. The language of loan forgiveness is archaic, and that’s why it’s being sloughed off.