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A costly dilemma we all must face

April 9, 2014

Drew Becker Staff Writer I have become more and more dumbfounded by all of the noise being made about a lowered printing limit on campus. Over my four years on campus, I can say this . . .

In defense of the meal plan

April 2, 2014

Anthony Jadus Senate Recorder “You are what you eat,” is an old-time saying that has some truth to it if you look at it in its most basic form. The healthier you eat, and the . . .

Seizing an affordable opportunity

March 12, 2014

Lauren Cooper Staff Writer MU students got this message in their emails this week: “Many faculty, staff, and students might be aware of reports of proposed legislation that could, potentially, impact MU. Said legislation would . . .

Crippling cost of textbooks

October 2, 2013

Drew Becker Staff Writer Most college students look forward to getting back to campus after a long deserved break, until it is time to buy textbooks. As we watch our savings from break disappear in . . .

The collegiate struggle

September 25, 2013

Drew Becker Staff Writer The school year, now in full swing, has made many of us question “why am I here again?” The all-too popular answer of “amassing more wealth” is nearing falsehood. Recent statistics . . .