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It’s All About The Benjamins…

The Trustees have spoken. It’s official. The tuition increases that are en vogue on college campuses across the country will again affect University Park. I suspect the current financial meltdown isn’t helping things. So far this year, the Penn State endowment, the financial backbone of the school, has declined 11.7 percent. Tuition will go up 5.87 percent, or $225 per semester. Room and Board rates, including meal plan costs, will go up as well.

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About the Author

Eli Glazier

Eli is a junior majoring in International Politics. He enjoys paninis and books.


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Senior Writes Final Column

Senior columns, with all their melodrama and platitudes, usually leave me eye-rolling and shaking my head with a vigor usually reserved for study abroad blog posts. But, as I graduate a week from today, I figured I should give it a go myself. Rather than discuss the origins of Onward State like Evan,  I’d just like to briefly thank a few individuals who have defined my Penn State experience.

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