Karina barriga albring

News Editor


-During the last meeting of the semester, student assembly members voted not to endorse a new course overload system proposal presented by Provost Melinda Tradewell.

-Tradewell stated that the new system would require students to pay an extra fee after credit number 19. “If they take five four credit classes, they would only have to pay extra for one credit,” Tradewell stated.

-Tiffany Mathews, coordinator of Education in the Health and Wellness Center presented a review of the tobacco policy on campus.

-KSC building became smoke-free ten years ago, according to Mathews. Currently,  smoking is not allowed with 25 feet of any building.

-Mathews said focus groups showed students believe the policy  is not being enforced.


Karina Barriga Albring can be contacted at kbarriga@keene-equinox.com

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