Selling Class Notes Is the New Way to Make Money in College
Last February, Angel Card, a junior at Florida State University, saw a chalk advertisement written on a campus walkway that promised cash in exchange for class notes. She uploaded a study guide she’d written for a midterm in her Nationality, Race, and Ethnicity class to a website called Flashnotes (now called Luvo) and priced it at $5.
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