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Greediness in School Greed takes many shapes and forms and seems to be found in unlikely places Greedy people are sometimes people youre supposed to trust and look to for answers It is found in schools churches offices and homes around the world Taking advantage of the weak is easy because often there are no other possibilities for them Most recently I have noticed greed taking place upon the students at school in many different ways which makes it ultimately unavoidable Books are always one of the great expenses of coming to college This is a great disadvantage to anybody attending school for several reasons The cost of books is far too high This is pure greed because theyre asking in most cases people with very limited budgets to dish over a nice amount of money Taking only 4 classes a semester the minimum for full time student the cost of books can be anywhere from 175 - 300 per semester However they do supposedly buy back these books at the end of each semester For several books I was given about one quarter of the price I paid for it a minimal amount for something less than half a year old Other times I was told the book could not be bought back at all because a new version was ordered so you receive no money for those old books Parking is considerably a challenge day to day Instead of a possible solution last year they just raised ticket prices After paying seventy dollars a year to park somewhere for a couple hours a day they still want more money if you park in some lots before four o clock in the form of tickets Now some students have fake parking passes which in some ways makes paying seventy dollars for one feel like a slap in the face To simply reduce the price of a pass or build a
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