Debit or cash?

March 7, 2017

By Jennifer Delgado ’17 When you’re eating out with friends or simply shopping, you will realize that most of them will pull out their debit cards. However, some still carry around cash, mostly because their […]


Large family every single day and night

December 2, 2016

By Jennifer Delgado ’17 Growing up, most of the kids’ TV shows we’d watch revolved around a protagonist’s hectic life with his or her large family. Little did we know, some of us would end […]


Part time jobs: school year vs. summer time

November 1, 2016

By Jennifer Delgado ’17 Many kids are introduced to money when they are told to do chores in exchange for allowances, or simply given as birthday presents or rewards for accomplishments. Since then, they would […]


Because he’s a guy

April 8, 2016

By Jennifer Delgado ’17 “Ya te dije que no puedes ir – I already told you you can’t go” “Pero si no mas voy con Tere y Rebeca a comer – But I’m just going […]


We should all work

March 8, 2016

By Jennifer Delgado ’17 It wasn’t until my 17 year old brother and his girlfriend became parents in 2008 that I heard about welfare, specifically the Illinois Link card. I always wondered, why is he […]