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In Downturn, Families Strain to Pay Tuition

There are 22 comments on the www.nytimes.com story from Oct 16, 2008, titled In Downturn, Families Strain to Pay Tuition. In it, www.nytimes.com reports that:

With the unemployment rate rising and a recession mentality gripping the country, financial aid administrators say they expect many more calls like the one from Ms. Jacobs. More families are applying for federal aid, and a recent survey found that an increasing portion of families expected to need student loans.

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Sarah Palin

Saint Petersburg, FL

#22 Oct 18, 2008
If elected, keg parties, drugs, loan sharking and sex parties will come to a screeching halt on campus. You betcha !

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#23 Oct 19, 2008
prior to this generation when a family had a tuition shortage the child was withdrawn from college until the family was able to afford it! parents have no obligation to pay any tuition to their children and children do have the opportunity to work and save for college as well. that's the wat it was done before we entered the gimmee generation!!!!

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