Moving forward, the college should remain steadfast in its attempt to resolve food insecurity on our campus.
Moving forward, the Faculty Council should consider how to improve its method of investigating disparities among the workload of faculty members.
Events such as the one held Dec. 3 allow space for the nuanced and in-depth conversations that need to be had with communities on campus during these times.
The fact that the Division of Student Affairs and Campus Life is sponsoring these critical discussions about food insecurity indicates the college is taking a step in the right direction.
Among all these questions of spending and students’ financial futures, one point should be made clear: Our cost of attendance has reached a tipping point.
The college must remain steadfast in its support of the transgender and nonbinary community. The administration should make its rejection of this erasure of transgender people clear.