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“Shutdown Is Hurting College Students”

At Bethune-Cookman’s Inaugural Symposium Tuesday, Michael L. Lomax, president/CEO of the United Negro College Fund, told students and staff that the government shutdown is preventing discussions on issues such as default rates or federal student loans. The symposium examined the impact of federal legislation on the future of historically Black colleges, which has been a major concern nationwide.

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