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Imprints creates space for open discussion of survivor experiences

Please be advised: this article contains discussion of sexual violence. The third annual Imprints Project drew students, staff and faculty members to the Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center on the afternoon of Monday, April 29. Imprints features a series of survivor-support projects completed throughout Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The project, led by the pilot student…

FFM triumphant in student referendum
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FFM triumphant in student referendum

After an extensive campaign on social media and on campus, Fossil Free Mac (FFM) secured the support of the student body in an MCSG referendum calling for a moratorium on fossil fuel investments. A resounding 96 percent of respondents, or 1,009 students, voted in favor of the measure. According to the terms of Fossil Free…

Dunn resigns, Tara Adams rejoins Mac as Interim Title IX Coordinator
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Dunn resigns, Tara Adams rejoins Mac as Interim Title IX Coordinator

In the Mac Daily on Thursday, April 25, President Brian Rosenberg announced the resignation of former Title IX Bias and Harassment Coordinator Timothy Dunn, effective Tuesday, April 30. Dunn’s exit comes at the close of a tense semester between survivors and the Office of Title IX, which culminated in MCSG President-elect Blair Cha delivering a…

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MCSG Overseer: LB resolves to support students with disabilities

This week’s MCSG meeting, the last of the year, featured both the outgoing Legislative Body (LB) as well as newly elected members. The LB began by voting on a resolution aiming to better support individuals with disabilities on campus. The resolution asks the Office of Student Affairs, the Office of the Provost, the Office of…

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MCSG Overseer: LB considers revising bloated election code

This week’s MCSG meeting began with an update from Diversity and Inclusion Officer Stacy Gerondelis ’19 on the potential creation of a Diversity and Inclusion campus committee. Gerondelis told the Legislative Body (LB) that she’s made a decision to hold off on creating the committee for the time being. “I went into last week’s Executive…

Students Mobilize to increase student input for proposed new building
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Students Mobilize to increase student input for proposed new building

Maddie Schumacher ’19 did not receive an invitation to a student input meeting regarding a new Master Plan for Macalester Residential Life. They’re not alone. The email invite to the Wednesday, April 17 meeting was only sent to first-year and sophomore students. “Why was this only sent to underclassmen? Because they live in [Residential] Life….

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