The Debit Card Trap

Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor In part one of this story, U.S. PIRG referred to campus debit cards as a trap in which students end up paying high fees. According to U.S. PIRG, for years students could receive their financial aid free by check or direct deposit. Colleges would have to pay about five dollars per […]

College debit cards risk for students

Dennis Gosnell Assistant Editor   In recent years banks have partnered with colleges to provide students with debit cards. These debit cards allow colleges to ensure easy and smooth transactions with students. However, students might find that the transaction fees are little more than they would choose to pay. On Sept. 18, U.S. Public Interest […]

Obama addresses trade enforcement, energy and education

The State of the Union is an annual address given by the President to Congress. It is an opportunity for the President to outline his agenda for the year, as well as give the condition of the country. The address is required of the President based upon Article II, Section 3 in the United States […]

Robins merry men become Anonymous

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor There once was a man named Robin of Loxley who became known throughout Great Britain as Robin of the Hood. Robin Hood stole from the rich and gave to the poor; he was a man for the people. In more recent years, Anonymous has taken up the mantle of the once great […]