The Observer

Greek rollover seeks project with student life impact

Aquene Kimmel, News Editor

April 1, 2016

Currently $66,000 sits in a Panhellenic Council/Interfraternity Congress bank account, set aside for improvements to the Tinkham Veale University Center (TVUC). It has been there several years, but current leadership hope that the account will soon be empty. In 2010 the Student Executive Council noticed...

College students increasingly becoming “sugar babies” to help alleviate student debt

College students increasingly becoming “sugar babies” to help alleviate student debt

Julia Bianco, Director of Web & Multimedia

January 22, 2016

SeekingArrangement founder Brandon Wade’s website greets you with the stark quote “Love is a concept invented by poor people,” next to a picture of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology grad, smiling coyly. SeekingArrangement, one of Wade’s four dating sites, matches “sugar babies,”...

Tuition hikes frustrate, confuse students

Suneil Kamath, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2015

As college tuition climbs across the country, some students are struggling to keep up. According to The College Board, tuition rates at United States universities have more than tripled over the past three decades, causing student debt to increase exponentially. A recent survey by the National Survey...

An unknown problem of staggering proportions

Andrew Breland and Jacob Martin

October 3, 2014

Last year, students were denied access to Senior Week events. The planning committee failed to purchase enough tickets due to a lack of funds. A similar problem occurs every year in Undergraduate Student Government when mass funding requests are denied. The funding for these and other activities comes...

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