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This week on a special episode of “Off The Cuff,” Justin is joined by Lanae Erickson, senior vice president for social policy & politics at Third Way, to sort through the impact that last week’s midterm elections will have on higher education policy for the 118th Congress. Justin and Lanae cover the latest news on leadership dynamics in both chambers and the varying policy debates that will likely take center stage in a divided government, and discuss how the higher education system can best deliver strong outcomes for students.

A federal judge in California granted final approval on Wednesday to a settlement that will cancel billions of dollars in federal student loans for hundreds of thousands of borrowers who argue they were defrauded by their college.

Are you looking to test your knowledge from the news of the week? Check out our new weekly quiz highlighting some of our coverage and updates from the past week. (Hint: Read through this week’s issues of Today’s News for answers.) Be on the lookout for a new quiz each Friday and let us know if any of our questions stumped you!

NASFAA UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

NASFAA is sponsoring a community experience for all member institutions attending the 2022 Federal Student Aid Training Conference. Though the conference is virtual, we hope to provide a space for members to learn, connect, and engage about the material being shared by the Department of Education. If you are interested in joining this online learning community, please fill out the community interest form.

Please join us in congratulating Brenda Buzynski, who was promoted from senior associate director to assistant provost & director of student financial aid at the University of Iowa; and James Tilton, currently the dean of financial aid at Brown University, who will retire in December after 42 years of working in financial aid. Celebrate your own career developments by completing the "Movers and Shakers" form to share the news with your colleagues.

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