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Library says no late fees
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Library says no late fees

In an effort to promote financial accessibility, the Dewitt Wallace Library will no longer charge overdue fees for some late items. While students may still incur a charge for overdue resources on reserve, like textbooks and laptops, library administrators hope the change will foster a more welcoming library environment. “This conversation about fines grew out…

In response to homophobic picketers, Mac says “love wins”
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In response to homophobic picketers, Mac says “love wins”

Two traveling evangelical activists held a protest on the sidewalk parallel to Grand Avenue during the late morning and early afternoon of Monday, Feb. 18. The picketers carried signs with homophobic and anti-abortion messages and verbally harassed passersby. Though technically off campus grounds, the picketers were positioned adjacent to the Campus Center and soon attracted…

Swastikas found in library, college responds
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Swastikas found in library, college responds

On the evening of Thursday, Oct. 4, two swastikas were found carved into a study table on the fourth floor of the DeWitt Wallace Library. This marks the third consecutive year that swastikas have been found carved into desks in the library, and the first appearance of the anti-semitic and white supremacist symbol on campus…