With the recent downturn in the economy, PBA students have turned to supplementing their financial aid by selling their reproductive gold. Due to flexible schedules among college students, female freshmen can make up to $5,000 between FYE and Lifetime Fitness by auctioning off their eggs.
"Because of the economy, my parents lost their jobs and I almost had to attend community college," said freshman Stacy Delichen. "But now that I've sold a couple dozen eggs, not only is my tuition covered for the next four years, but I just picked up Bernie Madoff's old house on the island on the cheap."
Girls have been seen around campus sporting gold chains, designer names, and pimp canes.
Male students are also looking for a chance to cash in on this egg craze.
"I need to get my hands on some of them there chickens," said Pahokee resident Jim-Bob McClucksky.
Additionally, male students have not yet discovered the existence of sperm donation banks and continue to just feed the worms.