On the top floor of the Science and Engineering Hall, plants, bees and rare flowers sit in a nursery side-by-side in line with the D.C. skyline.
Shooting 12-hour workdays on a television set and running a charity can be a draining ordeal, especially for a student living with a chronic illness.
Experts and students said the drop is indicative of a national trend where students attending schools that offer them more generous financial aid packages.
Students have expressed concerns at a series of community meetings with trustees and administrators.
The SA Senate will vote Monday on whether to kick out Sen. Joe Vogel, U-at-Large, who was suspended in November for missing committee meetings.
Student workers said exhaustion and lowered grades are side effects of a financially necessary part of their lives.
Officials said up to 70 percent of students who committed to attending a career event haven’t shown up in recent weeks.