College: Divestment, Debt, Dice and Drugs by Makayla Miller

Placed in a society where the minimum everyday expectation is a college education, it should be no surprise that today’s students are turning to a variety of unorthodox methods to finance this increasingly important and expensive social requirement. With an ever-growing global population and less job availability, there is intense competition and a high demand…

College: To Bee or not to Bee at College by Emma Steinheimer

College debt can be overwhelming. The College Board reveals a “moderate” college budget for an in-state public school in 2013-2014 averaged $22,826. A moderate budget for a private college comes in at around $44,750. College debt currently rounds off to about $35,200 when graduation time comes around- the pooled student loan debt currently exceeds $1…

The Consequences of College: Costing an Arm and a Vial of Sperm?

It’s no secret that the cost of college tuition is going up. The headlines have been screaming “Tuition Hike” for years, and many students who entered college four years ago are graduating this year having spent much more on their education than they expected to in the beginning, or what they can expect to pay…