This fall, more than 30,000 MU students are hitting the books, or at least the ones they can afford. A single book can cost hundreds of dollars, not to mention the prices of lab kits and other school supplies. Students are learning the hard way that paying tuition is only the first hurdle in adjusting economically to campus life.
Today's Question: How can students save money on books?
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