I’m graduating next month. I want to get my graduation photos taken off campus but I don’t like the pictures taken by the photographer that is recommended by my advisor. Is there anyone that can take my pictures for a fair price?
Dear May 2019,
You are in luck. There is a freelance photographer who is employed by the Washburn Review. He has won awards for his photography. Congratulations to him.
You can contact, Regina Cassell, the director of student media. She will be able to put you in contact with John Burns, one of the best photographers I know. Her office phone number is 785-670-1801 and her email is email@example.com.
Ask for John Burns.
My roommate is graduating and she is leaving Topeka. I’m really happy for her but now I can’t afford the full rent next semester. What should I do?
I would start by talking to your advisor. Personally, I would not put out a craigslist ad because that seems dangerous and not legitimate, but that’s an option. Your advisor will most likely recommend a paper ad to request roommate applications.
My piece of advice would be that when you decide to meet with an applicant Facetime them first. When you decide to meet in person, plan to meet on campus or ask a police officer at the Washburn police department if they could monitor the meeting. Better safe than sorry.
Be careful and good luck.
Congratulations to your friend,
Is it unethical if I give my friends my notes for a class their taking next semester because I’m graduating this May?
I would say no, absolutely nothing unethical about that. Notes are notes. If you don’t give them your homework or graded tests, then there shouldn’t be any doubts for your ethics.
There is also a website where you can upload your notes and get paid from that. The website is called Study Soup. Just create an account and read the directions.