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Haven Barnes, a software engineer who is an Auburn undergrad, was involved in the design.
An undergrad who borrows $10,000 at the new interest rate would pay an extra $3.29 a month or $395 more in interest over 10 years, according to the student loan calculator at NerdWallet.
With an enrollment of 1,200, Dillard ranks second in the country in black physics undergrads.
An undergrad at the University of Edinburgh in the 1960s, Les Robertson studied with Peter Higgs – yes, that Higgs.
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