Sequoia Carrillo is an assistant editor for NPR's Education Team. Along with writing, producing, and reporting for the team, she manages the Student Podcast Challenge.
Prior to covering education at NPR, she started as an intern on the How I Built This team.
Sequoia holds a bachelor's degree in history and media studies from the University of Virginia. She is currently working towards her master's in journalism from Georgetown University.
Millions of borrowers thought they were approved for debt relief, Federal Student Aid says it was a mistake.
"It's easy, it's fast," Biden said in a press conference announcing the launch, noting applications take less than 5 minutes and can be done on desktop or phone.
President Biden's plan will forgive up to $20,000 in student loan debt for qualifying borrowers. Here are three things you need to know.
A short-lived program in the early 2000s allowed married couples to consolidate their student loans for a lower interest rate. Now, with no legal way to separate the loans, some want changes.
A group of students from Brooklyn see every day how climate change disproportionately affects their community. They made a podcast that asked: Why?