By JAIME MCGUIRE
It is the beginning of a new semester, which leaves college students confronting the inevitable required textbook list. Many students shell out $300 or $400 at the beginning of the semester for just one book but are only able to resell it for a few dollars. If these textbooks are required, why are they so outrageously priced?
By MEGHAN COOKE
For every facet of our lives as students, the University of Mary Washington tries to develop some “relevant” fee. There’s a fee for printing, for laundry, for parking decals and for processing enrollment; the list goes on.
By SAMANTHA DANIEL
At the beginning of every semester there is a race to the campus bookstore; who can get the used books first?
With the high price of textbooks, many students simply cannot afford to buy their books new …