By Crista Blowers
Hundreds of students gather at President's office to speak about breaking the cycle of systemic racism, violenceBy Julia Berkman and Julia Berkman | December 5
Students ask questions to during a sit-in on Tuesday to protest the administration's response to racist graffiti appearing on campus. The students waited for three hours until President Randhawa appeared to answer their questions. // Photo by Oliver Hamlin
By Samuel Fletcher
Note: This is a continuation of the piece, "Vehicle design legacy on line," originally published in the print edition of The Western Front on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018.
Ramirez filed a wage claim requesting her unpaid wages. // Photo courtesy of Ana Ramirez
Madison, a Western student and survivor. // Photo by Taylor Nichols
Large-scale problems such as the loose bricks and older buildings are difficult to tackle, Martig said. The bricks can routinely be replaced, but the geological placement of Western’s campus is the real source of the issue.