UC Berkeley junior Briana Mullen says she's worried that if interest rates on her student loans double, she may have to change career paths from education policy to a field that pays more.
California congressional representatives are joining students in the nation's capital Thursday to try to stop a student loan interest rate hike. If Congress doesn't act by July 1, rates on federally subsidized loans will double. The hike would mean thousands of dollars more debt for the average student. Reporter: Charla Bear