Bob Plain is the editor/publisher of Rhode Island's Future. Previously, he's worked as a reporter for several different news organizations both in Rhode Island and across the country.

One response to “Brown May Cost More But Grads Have Less Debt”

  1. ml87

    I would love to look up information regarding the family income of students at Brown v. URI.  The report shows that URI students receive more Pell Grants than Brown, which I assume is because there is more need base students at URI then Brown.  Isn’t it possible that Brown has more students with parents who can fork over tuition money than parents of URI students?  I’m not sure if what you are trying to say is that Brown has better education therefore students will have less debt (in re: to your daily e-mail blast).  Brown is an Ivy league with a very strong network (like all Ivy league schools).  I believe the education is about the same at URI in most areas and but both schools have their strengths too. 
     

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