In this week’s episode you will hear
In the News (8:53) : an article from Huffington Post, “I Was Forced To Get Married To Finish College. Here’s Why And What Has To Change”, by Samantha Huls. Estranged from her parents and as an only resort, Huls married her boyfriend to declare herself as an independent to secure federal financial aid. (Length 12:07)
Chapter 111 of 171 Answers (21:00): We are in Chapter 111 of 171 Answers and Mark and Anika discuss the three different sources of money for college.
This week’s question (33:23) is from Suzie in Brazile and she wants to know how to best position international students for American universities.
This week’s interview (51:21) Mark kicks off his interview with Edan Shahar,
Mark’s recommended resource of the week (1:02:12) is the College Scorecard (https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/)
College Spotlight (1:14:12): College spotlight: Whitman College (https://www.whitman.edu/)
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