INSIDE COSTCO // BUYING SMART
by MADELINE SEYMOUR
little over ; miles from my university, tucked away in the far
reaches of Charlottesville,
Virginia, stands a warehouse.
It’s massive, and home to an array of
products. Those hefty shelves are stocked
with countless different kinds of bread,
three-packs of lint rollers and a field of
free-for-all food samples. Yep, I’m talking
In this student’s opinion, Costco is the
most underutilized resource for students.
On the off chance that I need a small portion of something, I’m all about the local
grocery store. Let me tell you something,
though: I prefer my items in bulk. I just
happen to be a bigger proponent of
Costco and its efficient, sell-everything-in-bulk attitude.
A A student’s best friend
Having a Costco membership
is a study in savings, e;ciency,
variety and so much more
a resident of Sterling,
Virginia, is a recent
graduate of the University of Virginia.
sciences and disorders major plans
on attending James
for graduate school
in the fall to study