The Buchtelite

BIG WORDS saves college students BIG BUCKS

By Brittany Gregg, Opinion Editor

January 27, 2015

No matter what college you’re in or what classes you’re taking, every student in every class asks the same question every semester: “Do I need to buy the book?” In a perfect world, books would be affordable and this question would be irrelevant. Unless I’m missing something, we don’t live...

How to manage a new semester

How to manage a new semester

January 29, 2013

Rachel Brown As a new semester begins, most students are overcome with a few common emotions: anxiety, nervousness, and overall dread for the classes they are now beginning. Winter break is officially over, and although we are supposed to have all of the laziness out of our systems, it is hard to fi...

Campus Shift saves money for students

September 27, 2012

Written by: Marcus Nicholson The average student spends $1,000 on textbooks per year, which is a daunting amount for students who also pay for tuition, housing and other expenses. Campus Shift hopes to alleviate some of these costs. Campus Shift, a business founded by University of Akron alumnus...