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I'm 19 years old and in my second year of architecture school, a 5 1/2 year cirriculum. I have a student loan that pays for school and leaves about $5000 left over each year, no interest until graduation. I want to let the left over earn money to help pay back what I used. I just finished reading "When not to invest" of _You Have More Than You Think_. So what's the best way to earn $ on the $30000 i should have by graduation, assuming I don't spend any of it?
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