The Daily Northwestern

Letter to the Editor: Course affordability involves more than textbooks

April 5, 2018

Filed under Latest Stories, Letters to Editor, Opinion

Six months ago, in a hallway in East Fairchild, I wrote a petition about textbook affordability based on a simple idea: Students already pay tens of thousands of dollars in tuition — what is that tuition money for if it does...

Cooper: Course packets should be eliminated

Danny Cooper, Columnist

February 21, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinion

When I look through a syllabus for the first time, I always scan the required readings to see if there is a course reader. Though these course packets may be beloved by the owners of Quartet Copies, who seem to have a monopoly...

Firing Squad: Quartet ruins first-week dreams

Ava Wallace, Reporter

October 2, 2012

Filed under Contributors, Opinion

I'll start with a qualifier so I don't seem to be blinded by anger and incapable of being objective. I'm sure the employees at Quartet Copies are swamped at this point in the quarter. I'm also sure they work very hard year-round...