I think it's so cute when my fellow Princeton grads who pull down nearly a half million dollars a year complain about being put down by "the man."
Blaming your student debt on the structure of the economy when you chose to go to the most expensive school in the country is a bit like trying to get sympathy for the size of the note on your Lamborghini.
By the way, lost in all this is the fact that Princeton is one of the two schools in the country that now help students graduate debt-free. In most cases, Princeton has replaced student loans with outright grants. Somehow she kind of forgot to mention that Princeton solved this problem years ago, without even a whiff of government intervention.