Sustainability-oriented and green-minded internships may just be a more fulfilling way to spend your summer during a down economy.
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.
Many businesses throughout the world are beginning to return to the traditional way of doing business that existed long before the creation of governments: bartering.
Proposition 1F, the only measure to pass, received 73 percent yes votes statewide and received a resounding yes from 80 percent of the voters in San Luis Obispo County.
In this economy, campus food seems to be getting more and more expensive for students who don’t have a meal plan or extra dollars. However, there are some meal deals to be found if you look in the right places.
You don’t have to actually see the world to have a desire to know about it, explore its cultures or understand its people. Studying abroad may be an outlet to these things, but it is by no means a necessity.
Despite the rhetoric, the Obama administration (and the Bush administration previously) seems to have little interest in encouraging a genuine understanding of the roots of the crisis. After all, a true explanation would take into account all the facts, not just those that are politically correct.
I’ve always half-heartedly joked that when I make my first million, I’m going to stow it away on the Cayman Islands. The joke of course being that I’m a journalism major and won’t be making my first million anytime soon.