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Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Wednesday, March 5, 2014


Students and faculty at UC Davis have created an interactive site (One University, One Debt) for representing and sharing information about the growing debt burden that students face as a result of rising tuition and other costs of attending colleges and universities.  Although focused at Davis, the organizers and curators are eager to have responses from elsewhere and include resources for students and ways to join in or share information and stories.

The home site is Here.  You can go from there to get a wide range of information.  And to respond click to the tab marked "Participation and Response." The curators would like to encourage anyone who wants to share their story and/or is invested in resolving the student debt crisis to us their hashtags: #onedebt and #oneucdavis.


Chris Newfield said...

The Davis Aggie reports today that this project was torn down by the campus Grounds Division "hours after they were put up the morning of March 11. The banners were put up at 5 a.m. and taken down before 10 a.m. the same day." Apparently it was all a big misunderstanding, but it does make you wonder how this project fell through administrative cracks. http://www.theaggie.org/2014/03/13/uc-davis-grounds-division-removes-student-debt-art-exhibit-mistakes-it-for-vandalism/

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