Cal Poly extended COVID-19 credit/ no credit options into the Summer 2021 quarter, according to a campus-wide email sent out Tuesday, June 22. This allows students enrolled in a summer […]
The recently-passed credit card reform bill is a supposed effort to protect us poor, naïve students from being exploited by the big, powerful credit card companies preying down on us — but honestly, this bill stinks of exactly the kind of paternalism most of us have outgrown by the time we’re in college.
The Senate credit card bill had overwhelming bipartisan support, and passed 90-5 on Tuesday. The reason this bill passed could be a direct result of the involvement of the American public in the political process.