Brown University just announced it won't charge tuition for students whose parents make under $60,000 a year, and will replace loans with grants for everyone whose parents make under $100,000. Good news, since the school is raising its tuition for everybody else by 3.9%, sending the cost of one year's tuition, room and board to a whopping $47,740. We're glad Brown's taking steps to bust student loan debt, as Harvard, Stanford, Dartmouth, and Yale have already done.

Now I'm wondering — how can I get them to pick up the tab on my student loans that I'll be repaying for the next decade?

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