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Housing can eat up two thirds of a student budget.
It is 2:30 on a Tuesday afternoon, and Jane Gamble is running late for class, as usual. Grabbing lunch–a bag of microwave popcorn–on the way out the door, she hops in her car and heads north to the University of Washington in Seattle. As usual, she quietly slips into class 15 minutes late. That evening, Gamble, 38, a master's student in urban planning, will make the long trek south to her home in Tacoma in time, if she's lucky, to say good night to her husband and 14-year-old daughter. Such is the plight of a graduate student who must live an hour from school
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Electrolux provide "screenfridge" nerve-centre for e-home.
"Europe's first commercially available intelligent home, with a front door that opens at the touch of a fingerprint, a fridge that orders the groceries and a robot that mows the lawn, has been unveiled in Sweden" - The Telegraph...
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Avoiding a row with the Roomies.
Experts in the USA say 90 % of students now arrive on campus having never shared a bedroom. These children of affluence are used to having their own phones, televisions, and even computers. If you are unaccustomed to sharing your possessions, learn how to cope with cohabitation...
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