Higher Ed Roundup: Sen. Warren on Student Loans, Demographics & More
Roundup From 2013 Higher Education Seminar in Boston
More than 50 journalists joined EWA for last week’s annual Higher Education Seminar, held Sept. 27-28 at Northeastern University in Boston. As always, we look forward to the coverage inspired and informed by the event. So far, we know about the following stories:
Politico: “Elizabeth Warren’s higher ed agenda”
The Huffington Post: “Elizabeth Warren Calls For Big Changes To Student Loans”
Victoria Advocate: “National Hispanic student college enrollment grows” and “Guess Who’s Coming to Campus”
The Chronicle of Higher Education: “Experts Weigh Pros and Cons of Obama’s Plan to Rate Colleges” and “Colleges Should Bear Some of the Risk on Student Loans, Senator Says”
National Journal: “How Will Colleges Adapt to New Populations”
Podcasts of Seminar Sessions
In the meantime, we recorded many of the sessions at the Higher Education Seminar. Missed a quote from a panel? Want to review a section to improve your grasp of the subject matter? These podcasts are free.
In addition to clicking the links above, you can stream all of EWA’s most recent podcasts here. Subscribe to our RSS feed to have new podcasts pushed to your podcast app. If you get your podcasts through iTunes, you can subscribe by clicking this link.
For a full agenda of the seminar, “Guess Who’s Coming to Campus: What Demographic Changes Mean for Colleges and Reporters,” go to EWA.org.
Photo: U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) speaks to reporters during the EWA Higher Education Seminar on Sept. 28, 2013
Credit: Mikhail Zinshteyn, EWA
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