In travels across Wisconsin, Feingold said, people expressed great concern about the cost of higher education. Feingold said one student even told him that students talk about college loans on first dates.
“We need a better ice breaker for kids,” he said.
He said student debt nationally is “an economic crisis.”
“I believe it is our moral responsibility that you can get a start in life yourself,” he said. “I believe it is a denial of the American dream that you have to put up with this.”
After the speech, Warren waded into the crowd, posing for photos and talking with students.