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Article by lyapalater
March 30, 2011

Students Spend 1,600 Dollars on Spring Break, and Don’t Remember Ever Going on It

Several students in Columbus, OH are enraged today, as they find out they spent 1,600 dollars on a Spring Break trip, but have absolutely no recollection of any of it. As pictures on Facebook surface, revealing groups of students in bathing suits and on unfamiliar white sand beaches, they realize that they have not just... MORE »

Article by emcorbet
March 8, 2011

Budget cuts force university students to devise get-rich-quick schemes

No Pell Grants, few scholarships, and limited loan activity. Campusbasement has already presented you with the 5 steps to getting financial aid but despite those steps, recent budget cuts are costing students their body parts to pay for school.  “I don’t know how I am going to pay for school anymore,” says USC junior Clyde... MORE »

Article by Tyler Marchewski
March 3, 2011

Students Realize They Can Afford Tuition

For the second time in the last two weeks, students have been marching and rallying around campus for lower tuition for students. A whopping 60 people attended the march that was held yesterday, a full 20 people less than they had at last week’s march. This has many students coming to the realization that they... MORE »

Article by Anonymous
January 12, 2011

Local Student Turns Snow Into Profit

Some people dream of an early retirement, and for one Cornell named Daniel Oranger that might very well be the case.  Deemed by the Ithaca Sun as “one of the ten most business savvy Cornellians of the recent decade, and possibly of all time,” Daniel Oranger keeps it modest when describing his snowcone empire. What started as... MORE »

Article by Piliour
September 9, 2010

SU Alumni E-Mails

For those of you who have graduated from Syracuse, you’ve probably gotten the e-mails that give you some advice for your future. But since no one ever reads these e-mails, I’ve decided to take it upon myself to let you know what these e-mails actually say. Here goes.   To: Class of 2010 From: Your... MORE »