Marlo And Emmanuel Go To College Pennsylvania teens Marlo Johnson and Emmanuel Garcia had big dreams. Marlo was accepted at a liberal arts college. Emmanuel planned on being the first in his family to go to college. The credit crisis changed all that. Claudio Sanchez spent a year with them as they scrambled to pay for college in a recession.

Recession Offers Hard Lessons In Paying For College

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For Two Pa. Teens, Two Paths To College

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Student Loan Crisis Hits Pa. Students

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Financial Aid Woes Boost Community College Appeal

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