Unfair charges for in-class assignments

Dear Editor,

I do not understand why we should pay for in-class assignments. For example, my BUS 340 class is in a smart room, and we are required to do class work that is to be turned in before class is over. We, as a class, each had printed close to 10 pages or there about, and this is a daily thing. I paid for the class and the book, now I have to pay to do in-class assignments? I understand that students get 100 free copies, but why should I use my free printing privileges for an in-class assignment? Was that not included in the class cost? This is not in any way shape or form a comment against my instructor, but a slam against the establishment.

Kristen Franks Sophomore