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    Seniors Struggle with Health Care Costs

    by  • May 13, 2013 • Featured, News • 1 Comment

    By THOMAS DAVIS With the economy rising and dropping constantly, people are finding it difficult to keep their bills paid and health intact. Doctor visits alone can burn a whole in your pocket. Medicare is an outpatient and hospital medical plan for people who are older than 65. These people are mostly eligible if they...

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    Students Contest the Fairness of Unpaid Internship

    by  • October 11, 2012 • Featured, News • 4 Comments


    By VALERIE TORRIZO, GABRIELLE MONDO, ELEFTHERIA TARKAZIKIS and KRISTA SALINDARI Though internships may be a critical step towards getting an entry-level job, there is controversy to whether students should pay credit to take part in these unpaid jobs. Internships provide college students the opportunity to receive on-the-job training for their sought professional careers. According to the...

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