The Buchtelite

Funds promised, but not budgeted

Funds promised, but not budgeted

By Kristina Aiad-Toss, Photo Editor

March 9, 2016

The University of Akron is making new rules for how professors can use their funding, which causes concerns for both UA’s budget, and UA’s faculty. Two types of funding have not been accounted for in UA’s budget prior to 2016: start-up funds and indirect cost recovery (IDC) funds. This caus...

Residence hall rates to remain on-campus over winter break

November 30, 2011

By: Samantha Hubble Campus will be closed over winter break, but there are options for students who wish to remain on campus. During break, most residence halls close, but some remain open for a price. Spicer Hall, Bulger Hall, Exchange Street Apartments, Quaker Square, Grant and the townhouses will ...

Attending college out of state

November 15, 2011

By: Ellyn Sjoquist Prompted by the current economic environment, families with graduating high school seniors may find themselves analyzing the costs of a college education with more intense scrutiny. According to Businessweek, fewer students justify the added cost of out-of-state tuition and fees and instead opt to enr...

The ridiculous high cost of war

October 20, 2011

By: Russ Friend War is expensive. We’re engaged in two of the longest running wars in our nation’s history. To give an idea of how much our current conflicts will cost us, I’ll break down the costs of a three-year engagement: the Korean War. These figures come from a book by Richard M. Miller, Jr. t...