A 24-hour study-in occurred at the Science & Engineering Library last Friday to protest the reduced service hours. Despite logistical problems, students and administrators cooperated to host a peaceful occupation.
The Students of Color Collective (SOCC) finished a week of hunger strikes, optimistic about the success of their protest. Situating their demonstration at the base of campus, SOCC proved to be an organized and resilient group of concerned students.
Graduate students will soon be seeing a decrease in their medical services if plans to cut their healthcare coverage follow through.
Earlier this month, Lisa Sloan, dean of graduate studies and professor of earth sciences, asked the Graduate Student Association to approve cuts to current levels of coverage for the Graduate Student Health Insurance Plan (GSHIP).