Making College Pay For Tuition Hikes
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.
Fed up with rising tuition prices at the University of Colorado, sophomore Nick Ramos decided to make a point. It took two days and several banks, but Ramos managed to withdraw his entire spring tuition: $14,309.51 in small bills, plus a half dollar and a penny. On Friday, he handed it to stunned tellers at the college. It took three people and an hour to count it.
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