That Line About College Kids Surviving on Ramen? No Longer Funny at Many Florida Schools
There was nothing in the fridge. No pastrami, no eggs. Nothing to pack for lunch, nothing to eat that day. Nathalie Mompremier, a senior at the University of South Florida, zipped up her backpack and went to her job as a pharmacy technician. Her bag was full with the things she had spent her loan money on: textbooks, course lists, the lease to her apartment. She tried not to think about how empty her stomach felt.