Sun. Jan 16th, 2022

To the Editor, While reading your last issue of The Quad, I found your commentary on the 125 page limit for printing article quite interesting. I began to wonder if there was a way to print doubled sided and double the amount of content I could actually print. So, after going to the Anderson Computer Center Help Desk, I discovered it can be done by just going through the printer settings on the computer right before you print. After learning this I told another computer user and she responded, “I already know that.” Mind you, she said this while not using the double sided technical—which led me to assume she had no idea what I was talking about. So I decided to write this in.

I later discovered by talking to a tech employee on campus that this method only works in the Anderson Computer Lap, and if done on any other computer lap on campus, the student will be charged for 2 pages even if it is done doubled sided. This leads me to assume that there is much more to this issue than just paper usage and while trying to pull information out of the tech guy, he just continued to repeat, “There is a lot more to this than meets the eye.” I think The Quad should get to the bottom of this through Student Government. Until then, student body, use the Anderson computer labs and print double sided to get more bang for your less valued buck!

-David V. Celentano, West Chester student

To the Editor,

I found the article you printed last week from Barack Obama to be infuriating. He claims he’s doing things to help students, making himself sound like some sort of twenty-something godsend. I’d like to point out that thanks to this president, our generation will be paying off the largest national debt in one of the toughest economies to ever plague our nation. Don’t placate me with propaganda and false promises. Everyone can see exactly what you’re sending the way of the young American public: debt and hard times.

-Paul, West Chester student

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