The worst thing about my school right now is the cost of everything. Even while we pay nearly thirty thousand a year for this education, students still have to pay for food nearly three times a day, laundry and books which are ridiculously overpriced and some of the teachers rarely use the books anyway, so really we are buying books just to have them. Since just by being in college is putting students in debt, every little purchase furthers our need for part time jobs for full time students.
What I personally consider the worst thing about the Penn State hazleton campus is the frequency in which the bus comes. The bus comes on campus every other hour which is hard to get used to when you come from a city where the bus comes every ten minutes. Let's just say if your in a hurry to get somewhere, the last thing you want to do is miss the bus.
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