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EvCC’s Student Senate Makes $175,000 Chromebook Purchase

EvCC's Student Senate Makes $175,000 Chromebook Purchase

Dayna Strecker, Staff Writer

May 13, 2020

EvCC’s Student Senate approved spending $175,000 from the student eTech fund to purchase roughly 700 Chromebooks. EvCC is also funding the purchase of an additional 400 Chromebooks. EvCC ASB President Araceli Daza went in depth on the reasoning to purchase the Chromebooks. “We wanted the transit...

Students and Faculty Voice Concern Over Mobility Challenges

A car closely approaches a pedestrian crossing the street at the North Broadway Ave. and Tower St. intersection. When the LRC is relocated this is one of the crosswalks that students will have to use.

Amy Gilbert McGrath, Assistant Editor

February 25, 2020

It takes EvCC student Kathleen Sander over an hour to commute roundtrip on the bus to attend class. She loves learning and is dedicated to earning her Associate in Technical Arts degree. “I just want to be treated like every other student. I know there are resources for me just to get there in tim...

Students and Faculty Protest

(From left to right) EvCC faculty, Mike VanQuickenborne, Robert Bertoldi, Heather Jean Uhl and Miki Aspree display their picket signs at the LRC protest on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at the Index greenspace.

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief

November 27, 2019

Staff and students journeyed around the newly renovated Index green-space on Wednesday, Nov. 20, with picket signs in hand to show a unified front in opposition of the 2018 vote to relocate the Learning Resource Center (LRC) to the east side of North Broadway at College Plaza. In attendance of the Oct. 22 Board...