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31 bucks

Opinion—If I had $31

Maggie Duly March 1, 2021

I often walk through stores and look at all the things I’d love to have but can’t afford, thinking to myself ... if only I had $31 burning a hole in my pocket. What I could do with $31.  Once...

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GameStop: Reddit goldmine or risky gamble?

Rayna Sherbinow February 12, 2021

The stock market and social media have collided on an unprecedented scale. The spotlight is on Reddit, specifically the subreddit r/wallstreetbets, which caught media attention when users invested heavily...

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NMU group complete tax returns free of charge

Rayna Sherbinow February 8, 2021

A second round of stimulus payments will soon be going out to eligible citizens across the country. With the financial strain the pandemic has put on many college students, and tax season quickly approaching,...

HERE TO HELP—The Superior Watershed Partnership’s location at 2 Peter White Drive on Presque Isle is home to the initiative which aids impoverished families in the U.P. with financial assistance to help cover the energy costs of heating their homes during the brutal northern winters.

Low-income households receive energy assistance

Jackie Jahfetson November 21, 2019

With cooler temperatures already settling in the U.P., low-income households will be eligble to apply for financial energy assistance to help heat their homes this winter. The Superior Watershed Partnership...

ASNMU considers finances

Shaina James March 21, 2013

With the majority ASNMU’s funding coming from the student activity fee and a current balance of $24,979.96, $1,094.33 has been used this year to fund projects benefiting students. ASNMU receives all...

Students get ready for April tax-filing deadline

Amanda Monthei February 14, 2013

With the IRS tax filing deadline looming on Monday, April 15, NMU students are searching for ways to file their taxes from the past year that is both easy on a student budget and compatible with a college...

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