MU offers emergency loan

September 28, 2015 0

Julia Snyder Associate News Editor Financial aid is something that all college students are aware of, even if the process behind it isn’t commonly known. However, if a loan refund isn’t sent out in time

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

Book cents

May 8, 2013 0

Diane Gallagher Assistant Features Editor In this economy not only do students want to, but they need to save money while in College. You have spent your savings, loans and grant money, and have sacrificed

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

The Snapper Staff Editorial: The students are getting the short end of the stick

January 28, 2010 0

If you are like us, you must be sick of the overcrowded classes that this semester has given us. Prepare yourself, it’s just going to get worse before it ever gets better.

The State of Pennsylvania is in the worst budgetary disaster it has seen for decades. Oh how the water trickles through the cracks all the way to the bottom of the barrel. Fellow classmates, we are the bottom of the barrel.