A costly dilemma we all must face

April 9, 2014 0

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 0

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 0

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 0

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 0

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

Buried Alive: Students bearing costs of textbooks

February 6, 2013 0

Sam Dutton Opinion Editor Ahh, the start of a semester: a fresh beginning, rejuvenated enthusiasm, and then there is tuition payments and the cost of books. The school store is hopping with activity with lines