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Up in Smoke

Tate McGarvey, Staff Reporter April 3, 2018

The days of metaphorical cigarette smoking as seen in “The Breakfast Club” are over. Instead, it’s being replaced with a new technological invention — vaping. The Center of Disease Control (CDC)...

UCard system restricts students’ money

IUS Horizon October 14, 2012
Students interested in purchasing condoms, alcohol, lottery tickets or tobacco products from the local Sav-A-Step on Grant Line Road are out of luck if they are planning on using their UCards. Like many other local businesses, Sav-A-Step is now accepting the UCard, as many of their customers are IUS students. Unfortunately, these businesses are under a contract with IU Southeast banning “adult products” from students purchasing with a UCard. IU Southeast is being disrespectful to its students by mandating what students can and cannot purchase with the money they earn.
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