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Tressel to speak at?OUE May 17

April 28, 2013

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Jim Tressel will forever be known as a former head football coach at The Ohio State University....

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Apr-29-13 3:43 AM

I have an idea. if a young adult takes out a student loan and for some reason or the other can't stay in school why do they have to pay back the full amount of the loan. things problems with in a family. People some times have to let the dream go and go to work instead of finishing school but they have to pay back the entire amount of the student loan. I understand enrollment administrative fees but if the person drops part way through why isn't some of that money given back to the financial institution that provided the loan by the college? it isn't like you bought live stock that has already been butchered and can't be returned. why should the school keep the money if a person couldn't consume the product? They should have to give either the student the un used portion of the fund or return it to the financial institution so the unused portion can be removed from the student loan.

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