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Homeless and Hungry in College: Students Find On-Campus Support to Help...

Talk of skyrocketing tuition and exorbitant student loan debt have dominated higher education news in recent years, but what is less often discussed is...

Poverty’s Long-Lasting Effects on Students’ Education and Success

In 2015, approximately 20 percent of children in the United States lived in poverty, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. That is to say,...

UW-Madison Establishes On-Campus Food Pantry for Students in Need

The University of Wisconsin (UW)-Madison is about to join the more than 120 U.S. colleges and universities that house a food pantry on their...

Princeton Professor Wins Nobel Prize in Economics

The Nobel Prize committee Monday announced that Angus Deaton, a Princeton University professor and one of the world’s leading experts on poverty, has been...

Bipartisan Summit Aims to Make Poverty a Pressing Moral Issue

President Obama joined a liberal professor and a conservative economist this week at the Catholic-Evangelical Leadership Summit on Overcoming Poverty, held at Georgetown University,...