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News in Brief

News in Brief

Aarushi Ahuja, World and Nation Editor

February 2, 2018

France On Jan. 25, hundreds of residents of France incited brawls in supermarkets over Nutella pricing. These “Nutella riots” were a result of Intermarché, a supermarket chain, cutting the price of the hazelnut spread by 70 percent. Police intervened in at least three separate locations during...

Mossack Fonesca: the tip of the iceberg

Ian Penny, World & Nation Editor

April 22, 2016

My dad told me once that if I ever joined the CIA, he would disown me. I quipped back that if I ever became a banker, I would disown myself. The recent Panama Papers leak is certainly an indictment of the latter profession. You know about the 11.5 million documents — 2.6 terabytes of data in...

Decreased funds lead to less work-study aid for students

Matthew Jones, Staff Writer

September 12, 2014

For years, tuition for full-time students has risen steadily. This year was no exception. Tuition rose 4.1 percent from $32,090 last year to $33,430. However, students who receive work-study as part of their financial aid packages are in for a surprise. Many, including junior Rebecca Allen, have seen...

JPMorgan Chase is scapegoat for others’ crime

JPMorgan Chase is scapegoat for others’ crime

Nicole Barnard, Staff Writer

November 8, 2013

Remember the financial crisis back in 2008? Well, someone’s finally getting blamed for it, and that someone is JPMorgan Chase. How would you react to being sued $13 billion? You’d be upset, for sure, and probably wonder what anyone could have done to deserve this. But in three months alone...