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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Education

There is a place in America where civil rights don’t exist. 

The First Amendment doesn’t apply. Neither does the Sixth Amendment. (Never mind the Second.)  Not only Freedom of Speech, but Freedom of Association (NAACP v. Alabama) is under fire. 

Snowflakes. Oversensitive. We’ve all heard those accusations leveled at college students. Are millennial college students really an oversensitive generation? Or are they right to be oversensitive.

Two types of people are sensitive; the entitled and the endangered. It’s reasonable to be paranoid about subtle social nuances if you live in a totalitarian state where the wrong word or look will be punished. Where someone is always watching for even the most minor acts of political

New big-data analytics by a City College of New York-led team suggests that both an individual’s economic status and how they are likely to react to issues and policies can be inferred by their position in social networks.  The study could be useful in maximizing the effects of large-scale economic stimulus policies.

A team led by City College physicist Hernan A. Makse was legally granted access to two massive big datasets: all the phone calls of the entire population of Mexico for three

I hear that there is a new book that just hit the  presses:  No Campus for White Men: The Transformation of Higher Education into Hateful Indoctrination, by Scott Greer, a young white man himself who graduated from college only about five years ago.  I plan on reading his work soon.

That being said, that there is a campaign of sorts on far too many college campuses against whites, males, and, especially, white men, as Greer says, is practically self-evident to anyone who has paid attention to

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6. What fees will I be responsible for?

In addition to interest, you may be responsible for paying other fees. It’s important to know what these are, how much they are, and when they are due. It’s also important to keep in mind that these are often separate from interest rates, so don’t confuse the two!

The biggest difference is that, while interest is paid along with loan payments, fees are often paid up front. The amount of your fees will have an affect on your

Student loans are by far one of the most common ways for college students to pay for their education; in fact, 44.2 million American adults currently have some level of outstanding student debt.

But for many soon-to-be college kids, the process of obtaining a loan is a confusing one. For most, this is the first big financial decision they’re making on their own. And it’s not one to be taken lightly!

It’s important to fully understand your loan and all of the terms that come along with it before