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Bank hits debit card users with fee
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Bank hits debit card users with fee

Starting in 2012, Bank of America will levy a $5 monthly fee on customers who use their debit cards for purchases. Customers will be charged the same rate no matter how often they use the card. However, Bank of America will not charge customers who only use their debit cards to take money out of…

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Former Sbarro employees reassigned

When the Sbarro franchise closed its doors last semester due to bankruptcy, students mourned the loss of a late-night dining option. However, the former employees had much more to be concerned with. Though all the workers were reassigned, they were originally dismissed by Chartwells with no guarantee of an open position in the fall. After…

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Debt deal to affect future grad students

A compromise in the debt deal that Washington has recently passed may make potential graduate students reconsider their choices for higher education. Starting July 1, 2012, the federal government will no longer offer subsidized Stafford loans to graduate students. Before the debt deal, graduate students who qualified for financial assistance were not required to pay…

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Campus mirrors cultural melting pot of Miami

The city of Miami is a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities, so it is no surprise that UM models this mix. According to the Princeton Review, UM was No. 1 in race/class interaction in 2010. In the undergraduate program, 46 percent of the student body identifies themselves as non-white. At both the undergraduate and…

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Referendum will increase recycling

Green U finally has the green light. The recent Student Government election passed the popular Green U referendum, which raises the student activity fee and allocates $5 towards environmental initiatives. “It passed by the largest margin of the three referenda,” SG Press Secretary Ryan Aquilina said. Though the referendum does not take effect until fall…

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