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Topic - Sarah Ducich
Families have implemented more cost-saving strategies to cut college spending in the past academic year, choosing less expensive schools and finding more economical ways for students to attend.
The United Arab Emirates on Sunday inaugurated a much-anticipated overland oil pipeline that bypasses the Strait of Hormuz, giving the OPEC member insurance against Iranian threats to block the strategic waterway.
"This really reflects the economic conditions that we see today," said Sarah Ducich, senior vice president at Sallie Mae. "We are seeing families make adjustments, saving more money and being more cost-conscious."
"This really reflects the economic conditions that we see today," said Sarah Ducich, senior vice president at Sallie Mae.