Robin Wilson, The Chronicle of Higher Education
Many college graduates borrow lightly or not at all, statistics show. One college graduate had smashed a ceramic piggy bank, while another had adorned a life-size human statue with nothing but a silver ball and chain. A third drew a picture of a woman in a red coat stumbling down a seemingly endless pathway. The objects were all part of an art show last month in which graduates expressed fear and frustration over their student loan debt.