1."We're going to be fighting about this for the next 30 years," said Harvard law professor Randall Kennedy.
2."It's going to open a Pandora's box across the country and across institutions and industries," said Harvard co-counsel Bill Lee in an NPR interview last fall.
3."It feels tragic," said Columbia University President Bollinger, who has for 30 years been a leading proponent of affirmative action programs.
4."This path is going to take time, but we're committed to doing everything we can to provide as much relief to as many borrowers as possible, and as quickly as possible," Cardona said in the webinar.
5."I want to reassure you that the Biden-Harris team is not done fighting for student loan borrowers or for working families," Cardona said.
6."The Court subverts the constitutional guarantee of equal protection by further entrenching racial inequality in education, the very foundation of our democratic government and pluralistic society," she wrote.
7."That issue is so sensitive because it raises the question of national security that the court has backed away from following its own logic," said University of California Berkeley professor Jerome Karabel.
8."Financially vulnerable borrowers who miss monthly payments during this period are not considered delinquent, reported to credit bureaus, placed in default or referred to debt collection agencies," the White House said.
9."The Department of Education finalized our new income-driven repayment (IDR) plan, which would be the most affordable repayment plan in our country's history," Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona said Thursday in a live press webinar.
10."If you can make your payments during this period, you should, because interest will be accruing and so on, and you won't get credit for programs like income-based repayment and public service loan forgiveness," Bharat Ramamurti, National Economic Council deputy director, said in the webinar.