Saturday, September 22

The Quad: Students have a lot to weigh in choice between UC SHIP and private health insurance

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One of the most mind-boggling decisions an incoming freshman or transfer will have to make is whether to use a private insurance plan or adopt the University of California Student Health Insurance Plan, the system’s health insurance package for students.


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(Rachel Bai/Daily Bruin)

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Going into college can be a scary time. The Quad's Karen Im asked students with some college experience under their belt for their best pieces of advice for incoming students on topics ranging from time management and moving in to the dorms. (Photo by Amy Dixon/Photo editor, Photo illustration by Claire Sun/Daily Bruin)
Going into college can be a scary time. The Quad's Karen Im asked students with some college experience under their belt for their best pieces of advice for incoming students on topics ranging from time management and moving in to the dorms. (Photo by Amy Dixon/Photo editor, Photo illustration by Claire Sun/Daily Bruin)

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The Quad: How to use data abroad without coming home to a spooky phone bill

There’s nothing worse than the dreaded text from your service provider telling you you’ve gone over your data allowance – again. The fear is even worse when you’re abroad, considering that you’re almost guaranteed to go over your data plan if you’re an active data user that sticks with a home provider such as Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint. Read more...

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(Ludi Zhu/Daily Bruin)


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