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Federal politics look to impact student debt

Whenever a new semester nears, Ohio State students make their way to Buckeye Link to make sure their fees are paid for the semester. For many students, this means accepting student loans. It is simple enough. Buckeye Link has already determined what amount needs to ...

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Alongside fellow Big Ten student body presidents, USG president urges U.S. House leadership not to support new education reform act

Alongside the other Big Ten students body presidents, Ohio State University Undergraduate Student Government President Shamina Merchant signed and sent a letter Tuesday to the U.S. House of Representative leaders, urging them not to support the Promoting Real Opportunity, Success, and Prosperity through Education Reform ...

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Satire: Student signs another loan he won’t pay back

Upon the realization he has not been budgeting his finances properly, one local student has recently signed yet another federal loan he has absolutely no intention of ever fully paying back. Sources confirm Tony Higginbottom, a sophomore studying economics, logged into his BuckeyeLink account last ...

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