http://www.thestar.com/content/dam/thestar/business/personal_finance/2013/06/09/how_to_graduate_without_student_debt/student_debt.jpg.size.xxlarge.letterbox.jpgBy Ellen Roseman . Two young men who finished university without applying for student loans give advice to others on how to cut expenses. Kyle Prevost and Justin Bouchard, both 25, met in residence at the University of Manitoba. They graduated without debt, thanks to help from parents, scholarships and summer jobs.
Now working in education — Prevost as a high school teacher and Bouchard as dean of residence at his alma mater — they have published a student guide with a cheeky title, More Money for Beer and Textbooks.
“We are prime examples of the fact that you do not have to choose between living like a monk and being $100,000 in debt when you get out of school,” they say in the introduction. Read more...