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Campus Marketplace, November 17, 2017
Students struggling with more than textbook costs

Daily Collegian, November 16, 2017
Hidden in plain sight: The invisible reality of Penn State student homelessness

Wicked Local, November 9, 2017
Framingham State to open food pantry for students

Rutgers-Camden News Now, November 11, 2017
Raptor Pantry gives students a helping hand

MarketWatch, November 7, 2017
Why students at two prestigious schools are pushing administrators to tackle hunger on campus

Inside Higher Ed, November 1, 2017
OER: Bigger than affordability

Inside Higher Ed, October 27, 2017
ROI: For-profit values at nonprofit colleges

Curbed, October 26, 2017
Housing for homeless college students to rise on city-owned Boyle Heights property

Inside Higher Ed, October 25, 2017
Hungry and homeless on campus

KERA News, October 24, 2017
As food insecurity grows among Texas college students, more campus food pantries open

The Wall Street Journal, October 22, 2017
Colleges try to help students manage their finances

Rochester Post Bulletin, October 20, 2017
RCTC Student Senate provides emergency food aid

The Gazette, October 16, 2017
PPCC to hand out free food to students Monday

Inside Higher Ed, October 11, 2017
Ivanka's syllabus

NECN, October 11, 2017
New poll shows college students battling hunger

The Clarion, October 11, 2017
Helping with hunger: Student Senate attempting to measure the problem, look for ways to assist

Marketwatch, October 4, 2017
Here's how many New Yorkers are enrolled in the state's "free" college plan

The Post Script, October 4, 2017
Koala Pantry combats hunger

Daily Tar Heel, October 3, 2017
Rising numbers of college students experiencing basic needs insecurity

Politico, October 3, 2017
Gauging the Excelsior Scholarship's success

Vice, September 29, 2017
Colleges are finally taking student hunger seriously

Inside Higher Ed, September 28, 2017
Using Promise to rebuild

Rutgers-Camden News Now, September 26, 2017
Rutgers-Camden food pantry serving the underreported population of students who need help

The Spectator, September 20, 2017
VSU students speak out on college struggles

The Sentinel, September 18, 2017
Opinion: New financial aid grant gives necessary relief to students

Worcester Magazine, September 18, 2017
MWCC opening on-campus food pantry

NPR, September 15, 2017
Homeless and in college. Then Harvey struck.

The Chronicle of Higher Education, September 13, 2017
Open-thread Wednesday: After the hurricane

The Guardsman, September 13, 2017
Food for thought

The Temple News, September 12, 2017
Professors add 'Basic Needs Security' to syllabi

The Huffington Post, September 8, 2017
The great equalizer

The Daily News, August 29, 2017
Cardinal Kitchen provides resources for Ball State students

New York Times, August 28, 2017
The biggest misconception about today's college students

Cosmopolitan, August 23, 2017
More and more women are drowning in college debt - meet 5 of them

The Signal, August 23, 2017
College creates RISE Project to assist foster and homeless youth

Quinsigamond Community College, July 2017
Offering seeds of change through the Live & Learn Greenhouse

CNN Money, August 22, 2017
Oregon promised free tuition. Not it's cutting back.

Thinq Studio, August 18, 2017
It's hard to learn while hungry

The Progressive, August 16, 2017
Going hungry on campus: Students and states turn to food stamps

Inside Higher Ed, August 15, 2017
Need-blind: On the list or not on the list

Chronicle of Higher Education, August 8, 2017
Your daily briefing

Psychology Today, August 7, 2017
Can nudging help students who are homeless and hungry?

Whitter Daily News, August 3, 2017
Rio Hondo College considers how to address its student homeless population

Newsworks, August 4, 2017
As new school year nears, advocates working to help college students who lack necessities

Good Call, August 3, 2017
Least and most educated Americans view the future differently

Inside Higher Ed, August 1, 2017
Students without food

MarketWatch, August 1, 2017
The latest evidence that many American college students are hungry

WGBH, August 1, 2017
Community college students more likely to go hungry, new report finds

Inside Higher Ed, August 1, 2017
The vision thing

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 28, 2017
Union raises nearly $17,000 to help MATC students facing sudden financial crisis stay in school

Inside Higher Ed, July 30, 2017
Ben Sasse's fantasy America

Wall Street Journal, July 25, 2017
Strong demand leads to questions about New York scholarship program

The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 12, 2017
Want to fix America's political divide? Fix our colleges

Long Beach Post, July 5, 2017
In Measure H funding, hope for the homeless college student

Chron, July 12, 2017
Study: Harris County colleges likely overestimate costs to live in region

CNBC, July 11, 2017
New York is offering free college - California may be next

Inside Higher Ed, July 7, 2017
Cut off

Pacific Standard, July 7, 2017
Maryland just outlawed scholarship displacement

CQ Researcher, July 7, 2017
Hunger in America

The Baltimore Sun, July 4, 2017
Maryland becomes the first state to outlaw scholarship displacement by public colleges

The Young Turks, July 2, 2017
Why so many college students are homeless

MLIVE, June 29, 2017
Will University of Michigan's free tuition plan really help students?

KCTS9, June 27, 2017
Part-time student, full-time homeless

Diverse Issues in Higher Education, June 27, 2017
Homeless college students a new group among the invisible

Chronicle of Higher Education, June 16, 2017
Will Michigan's free-tuition guarantee change the game for low-income students?

Inside Higher Ed, June 11, 2017
Why is it that meal plans are covered by financial aid at elite universities but cafeteria meals at community colleges aren't?

Wall Street Journal, June 4, 2017
Five common mistakes people make when paying for college

Time, June 1, 2017
The case for community college

Odyssey, May 31, 2017
The truth behind why UC Davis students are only eating one meal a day

Washington Post, May 26, 2017
Public servants took jobs counting on loan forgiveness. Trump might stiff them.

Marketplace, May 26, 2017
Should the Treasury take charge of managing student loans?

Huffpost, May 23, 2017
5 troubling statistics about homelessness that you should know

MagnifyMoney, May 16, 2017
13 college costs you don't think about

The Tower, May 5, 2017
Formerly homeless student's story reveals "hidden group" on college campuses

Young Invincibles, May 2, 2017
Student hunger isn't character building, it's dangerous

Indiana University, Office of the President, April 10, 2017
Fixing student debt: A common-sense approach

Mic, May 1, 2017
5 smart tuition hacks to cut the growing cost of college

New York Times, April 28, 2017
As college deadlines near, families wonder what they can pay

The Temple News, April 18, 2017
University looks into food insecurity

The Orange County Register, April 15, 2017
Tackling college student homelessness and housing insecurity

New York Times, April 11, 2017
New York's free-tuition program will help traditional, but not typical, students

Yes! Magazine, April 10, 2017
How to reinflate the dream of college-for-all

The Christian Science Monitor, April 10, 2017
A first: New York will offer free tuition at all four-year state colleges for qualifying families

Flipboard.com, April 3, 2017
College is so expensive, this 27-year-old rocket scientist created a homeless shelter for students

Cape Cod TImes, March 28, 2017
Cape college fills need with food pantry for students, faculty

New York Times, March 17, 2017
Navigating our shameful, maddeningly complex student aid system

Inside Higher Ed, March 2, 2017
The 'administrative fiction' of faculty workloads

New York Times, February 20, 2017
For-profit schools, an Obama target, see new day under Trump

New York Times,  February 17, 2017
College Costs Too Much? N.Y.U. Paves Way to Graduate Faster

NPR, February 8, 2017
The number of hungry and homeless students rises along with college costs

The Marc Steiner Show, February 3, 2017
College Access and Affordability

Green Bay Press-Gazette, January 30, 2017
'Degrees of Debt' prompts research on college debt

Time.com, January 18, 2017
Here's why food is so insanely expensive at college

Inside Higher Ed, January 13, 2017
Coming in 2017: Colleges and universities should prepare for seven key trends in the new year

The Christian Science Monitor, January 3, 2017
Test-lab states: New York's groundbreaking plan for free college

Metro, January 3, 2017
Bernie Sanders joins Cuomo to unveil plan for free tuition at CUNY and SUNY schools

American Federation of Teachers, December 2, 2016
Hunger on campus: Food insecurity goes to college

WUWM Milwaukee, November 29, 2016
Real food, not ramen: Today's college students are more food insecure than ever

The Sound of Ideas, November 23, 2016
College hunger, homelessness, and preparing hot meals for those in need

Circa, November 22, 2016
This college opened a food pantry for students skipping meals to make ends meet

Inside Higher Ed, November 22, 2016
Battling student hunger

Washington Post, November 9, 2016
Trump's win leaves Obama's higher education reforms in doubt

MarketWatch, November 9, 2016
What will the student loan system look like under Trump?

New York Times, October 31, 2016
Two candidates, two approaches to fixing the student debt problem

Milwaukee Public Radio, October 24, 2016
Former UW professor reflects on her transition out of Wisconsin

NEA Today, October 26, 2016
'Starving student' stereotype is no joke: Hunger on college campuses is growing

MarketWatch, October 20, 2016
Why a crowdfunding site is giving out $10,000 scholarships

The Capital Times, October 7, 2016
New survey finds nearly half of college students go hungry

The Atlantic, September 30, 2016
The unnecessarily mysterious cost of college

The Daily Cardinal, September 24, 2016
Wisconsin HOPE Lab addresses poverty facing undergraduate students

American Federation of Teachers, September 27, 2016
Faculty-run fund helps need students stay in school

The Atlantic, September 26, 2016
Why segregation in college increases after freshman year

The Capital Times, September 21, 2016
Moving on up: High-end student apartments are changing more than just Madison's skyline

The GW Hatchet, September 19, 2016
Food pantry to open in response to campus dining insecurity

NASFAA, September 14, 2016
Study: Existence of financial aid alone won't solve affordability problem

How Housing Matters, September 13, 2016
Strategies for colleges and universities to help students with housing instability

Center for Law and Social Policy, September 13, 2016
New HUD guidebook for higher ed institutions targets costs of living

Medium, August 12, 2016
In college with no place to stay

The Badger Herald, August 10, 2016
Impacts of Walker's UW performance funding plan remain unclear

The Capital Times, August 9, 2016
UW-Madison student featured in Glamour article on student homelessness

Education Dive, July 28, 2016
Measuring the impact: Food insecurity hits schools nationwide, stretches into higher ed

The Huffington Post, July 25, 2016
Debt-free college isn't as simple as waiving tuition

The Mercury News, July 24, 2016
Homeless and hungry in college: Not just a 'ramen-noodle' problem

Inside Higher Education, July 18, 2016
Paper: Aid deadlines hurt low-income students

BBC, July 16, 2016
Is gap-year volunteering a luxury for the rich?

Demos, July 12, 2016
Out of reach? How a shared definition of college affordability exposes a crisis for low-income students

The Washington Post, July 6, 2016
Not everyone agrees on Hillary Clinton's big, bold plan for college affordability

The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 6, 2016
When $300 would keep a student from dropping out

Edudemic, July 5, 2016
Homelessness in college

The Atlantic, July 1, 2016
Taking more courses may help solve the college debt crisis

Civil Eats, June 23, 2016
A striking number of college students are food insecure. Can campus farms help?

The Huffington Post, June 21, 2016
An alarming number of Cal State students go hungry, and the university if trying to find ways to help

EdSurge, June 17, 2016
Books or bread? Not with OER degree programs

Good Call, June 9, 2016
Are estimated college costs making the student debt problem worse?

The Washington Post, June 8, 2016
This chart tells a fascinating story about higher education

Inside Higher Ed, June 7, 2016
Confessions of a community college dean

Connecticut by the Numbers, June 4, 2016
Do community college students go begging?

ThinkProgress, May 30, 2016
How unnecessary paperwork leaves homeless college students behind

Tampa Bay Times, May 27, 2016
That line about college kids surviving on Ramen? No longer funny at many Florida schools

Truth-Out, May 26, 2016
Students with nowhere to stay: Homelessness on college campuses

Wisconsin State Journal, May 24, 2016
MATC hopes free tuition program will help local students 'see that college is possible'

Educational Writers Association, May 18, 2016
Hunger on campus

The Washington Post, May 16, 2016
For the poor in the Ivy League, a full ride isn't always what they imagined

Stamford Advocate, May 14, 2016
Stamford college students benefit from campus pantry

KQED Education, May 6, 2016
How can we protect youth from homelessness?

EdCentral, May 5, 2016
More than tuition:Today's students and institutional incentives for setting yearly budgets

NASFAA Student Aid Perspectives, April 22, 2016
Public, means-tested benefits can help low-income students make ends meet

Diverse Issues in Higher Education, April 14, 2016
Retention grant keeping dreams alive at Georgia State

Marketwatch, April 5, 2015
When can a few hundred dollars change your life?

FiveThirtyEight, March 30, 2016
Shut up about Harvard

Politico, March 28, 2016
Where mental health goes unaddressed

The Oracle, March 25, 2016
Students shouldn't have to choose between class and dinner

Marketplace, March 24, 2016
A new approach to increasing low-income college grads

Philly.com, March 13, 2016
Colleges help students in a pinch

Inside Higher Ed, March 2, 2016
Survey: Half of community college students report mental health problems

Nerd Wallet, February 25, 2016
Student loan borrowing is skyrocketing for black students - here's why and what to do about it

The Capital Times, February 24, 2016
Leaning back in: over a year after losing her race for governor, Mary Burke is pursuing a new passion

The Atlantic, February 24, 2016
How low-income students are fitting in at elite colleges

Wall Street Journal, February 19, 2016
Poorest students feel the bite of rising college costs

Academe Blog, February 18, 2016
Hunger on campus

NPR, February 17, 2016
Fact check: Bernie Sanders promises free college? Will it work?

Linked in, February 17, 2016
Why free college is not a big public giveaway

The Badger Herald, February 8, 2016
Experts weigh in on UW's support of higher education

Residential Architect, February 4, 2016
Students per square foot: Student housing's battleground presents an opportunity for architects

Capital Times, February 3, 2016 
Priced out: Low-income students struggle to meet costs, participate in college community

UC Food Observer, January 28, 2016
Will cooking and nutrition education for college students increase food security?

MarketWatch, January 27, 2016
Why students missed out on $2.7 billion in financial aid last year

WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio, January 20, 2016
When did college become so expensive?

Wisconsin State Journal, December 20, 2015
Food pantry on campus to feed needy UW-Madison students

The Chronicle of Higher Education, December 8, 2015
Sometimes I cry: A ground-level view of student poverty

MarketWatch, December 7, 2015
These beautiful student apartment buildings will make you envious

State Council of Higher Education for Virginia, December 4, 2015
Closing the gap

ABC News, November 27, 2015
Local free community college plans may be template for U.S.

Star Tribune, November 14, 2015
Rosenblum: A troubling “social-class gap” in college gap-year studies

Hechinger Report, November 13, 2015
Sanders’ free college plan would take from the rich to give to the rich

Hechinger Report, November 9, 2015
Experts want to tackle college affordability by first defining “affordable,” which is harder than it sounds

La Voz, October 5, 2015
Internships are key to professional success but Latino students struggle to obtain them

The Christian Science Monitor, October 1, 2015
Why many students might not be choosing “right” college

Munchies, September 29, 2015
America’s college students are still broke and hungry as hell

Education Dive, September 29, 2015
Wisconsin HOPE Lab highlights states per student ed funding disparities

The Daily Iowan, September 25, 2015
FAFSA change may help

myDayton Daily News, September 5, 2015
Housing costs surge amid campus building boom

Sara Goldrick-Rab recommended for Twitter Follow for “Ed Researchers who want to reach out to the news media.” Read more.

The Mash, April 29, 2015
Living expenses surprise new students, families

Blue Jean Nation, April 18, 2015
Free college is both possible and necessary

Tweet from James Rotering (@jrotering) , March 1, 2015
"As the parent of a college student, I greatly enjoy it when @saragoldrickrab occasionally goes on a #FAFSA RT bender."

Inside Higher Ed, February 24, 2015
The Right FAFSA Reform

Catalyst Chicago, February 24, 2015
Another Step for Free College

The Washington Post, January 30, 2015
Going to public college isn't as affordable as it used to be

Star Tribune, January 29, 2015
Who benefits the most from 'free' college tuition?

The Daily Cardinal, November 24, 2014 
A new campus food pantry at UW-Madison

The Badger Herald, November 20, 2014
ASM funded food pantry would benefit campus

Tweet from Dan Greestein (@dan_greenstein) affordable #highered - the new disruption bit.ly/1q3MgPF

Madison.com, November 3, 2014
High costs leave some UW-Madison, Madison College students without money for housing.

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Economy Watch. October 8, 2014
Sara Goldrick-Rab talks about about free tuition in Germany

Twitter. September 12, 2014
Senator Baldwin Tweets Thanks to WI HOPE LAB Director, Goldrick-Rab
“A big thank you to @saragoldrickrab for helping make the #WorkingStudentAct a reality. Together we'll take on the student debt crisis!”

Business Wire. April 21, 2014
Copley Retention Systems and University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Wisconsin HOPE Lab Announce the Launch of a 2-Year Efficacy Evaluation

The Daily Cardinal. April 21, 2014
UW education analysts: Don't freeze college tuition, make the first two years free

The Daily Tar Heel. April 21, 2014
Wisconsin to launch STEM majors study

channel3000.com. April 18, 2014
UW professors propose free tuition

WSAU News/Talk 550AM 99.9FM. April 18, 2014
Professors: state college could be free... if tuition aid eliminated for private schools

WHBY News. April 17, 2014
UW profs propose 2 years of free college

The Daily Cardinal. April 15, 2014
UW-Madison professors propose making first two years of college free

Wisconsin State Journal. April 15, 2014
On Campus: Make first two years of college free, say UW-Madison professors

The Badger Herald. April 10, 2014
HOPE Lab aims to minimize college completion barriers

Insurance News. April 7, 2014
Creating a "Single Stop" to Fast-Track Assistance