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I f all we ever needed to know we learned in kindergarten, then we know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But at the University, students can be found scurrying off to morning classes toting Mountain Dew and Snickers bars, if they tote any breakfast food at all.
Witness the two sides of greater Charlottesville. Past the fraternities and sororities of Rugby Road are homes the average University student might never see. The houses are small and tightly packed together, but they are home to many hard-working Charlottesville residents struggling to meet rent payments.
In college, penny pinching is a way of life. But at the University, even poor students can aim for riches with the not-so-novel concept of investing.
In the real world, the entertainment business demands hard-earned cash in exchange for a much-needed break. But at the University, there is no need to carry cash for entertainment or a little comic relief.
Caught up in choosing which library to study at for the night or which restaurant to eat at down on the Corner, students may find themslves trapped in the bubble of Univeristy life.
First years have the Castle and Plus Dollars. Cash free orders of Big Bird sandwiches and Pav dining. Just swipe the card and declare "Plus!"