The Hornets axed head coach Steve Clifford after five seasons at the helm, the team announced on Friday.
idplmali: This article is just in time for the next wave of voters, who will be either in, or starting college. The real problem is that children set their sights on the more expensive schools (for whatever their reason) when they could easily complete their first two years at a community college for a fraction of the cost of most four-year universities. Research shows that almost 80% of all college students change majors twice during their first two years (original pick - change - change. Normally, the classes applied to one major do not give credit for the other ones - other than the basic core classes. So, much of the work that is completed for the first major does not count for the second one. But, they still have tuition for the first one to pay and now have to deal with the extra work and tuition. I fully agree with the posts about the loop of higher costs = more loans = higher costs...etc posted below. All of this comes in to play. When the students eventually graduate, most careers will not give them a starting salary equal to what they owe for their tuition loans, so then they are stuck with all the interest. I think Ms. Warren's plan is to increase our taxes so that the rest of us have to pay for the poor choices of others. She indicates debt forgiveness, but that money will need to be paid at some point. And, I do not want to pay for bad choices of the younger generation. Let Warren pay it out of pocket.