Thursday, July 24, 2008

Times-Union wants to talk to college students affected by high gas prices

Most college students are already on a tight budget with expenses such as textbooks, tuition, rent and groceries piling up. With gas prices reaching about $4 a gallon, many students are feeling an extra financial burden. Florida Times-Union reporter Adam Aasen is looking for college students who are finding ways to save money on gas prices.

  • Enrolling in online courses to save a trip to campus?
  • Taking the bus more often?
  • Moving closer to campus?
  • Staying on campus between classes?
  • Skipping class if you don’t have gas money?

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