VIDEO: When Students Asked To Put Their Own Money On The Line For Debt Forgiveness, Do Opinions Change?

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BY TEAM DML / JANUARY 11, 2020 /

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On Thursday, Campus Reform uploaded a video in which Eduardo Neret asks students at the University of Tampa “about student loan debt, and how it should be paid for.”

Neret begins by asking various students how much debt they carry from their student loans. The debts vary among respondents, from $0 to $5,000 to $24,000 to simply “a lot” of student loan debt.

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“So, there have been a lot of talks in society and in politics about the federal government wiping out student loan debt,” Neret states. “Does that sounds like a good idea to you? Would you be for that?”

The students replied that they would support the idea. For those who stated they didn’t have student loan debt, Neret asked, “Would you be willing as someone who has no debt to pay a little bit more so that some of your peers who do have debt could get that erased off? Would you be willing to maybe pay more tuition, pay more taxes so that someone could get their debt lowered?”

One student answered she has to make her own money and that she “kind of want[s] to keep” an not have to “give it to my friends.”


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