Everyone should support Biden’s plan to eradicate student loan debt, even if it is just a small percentage, because it will benefit borrowers.
Chris Smith’s “Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal” was an eye-opening documentary because of the amount of corruption it exposed.
Only 26 people have been approved out of nearly 34,000 borrowers who have applied to a popular student loan forgiveness plan. These figures were released at a conference held by the Education Department last week. CNBC reports that so far more than 20,000 applications for a popular student loan forgiveness plan are pending.
In Malibu, California a recent fire called the Woolsey Fire spread out and burned down thousands of the homes and lands. The cause is still under investigation, but electric companies, such as Edison, Pacific Gas and Electric Company are possibly to blame for the fire because of not having fireproof equipment.
The East Los Angeles College unrestricted general fund cyclical data from October reveals what the school spends its money on.
“This is a grant that we’ve been working on for three years. This is not something that’s put together in a month. So of course when we got the grant, we were very happy, but it’s very important to know that this was a team effort,” said Director of STEM Armando Rivera.
By Brian Villalba After four months, $300 that was dropped in the P4 parking structure and turned into the East Los Angeles College Sheriff Station has yet to be claimed. The money was dropped in the structure on May 30. The low-resolution ELAC campus security footage showed two unidentified females with items falling out of one of their bags. It isn’t exactly clear what was dropped. A few minutes after…
By Megan Perry Every other school day, I walk into my earth science laboratory class to see bored students who don’t want to be there, but suffer through the class anyway because they must. Before class, I can hear students griping and groaning about how much they hate the class, can’t stand the work and just wish it was over already. As I walk to my seat, I see some students…