Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Wright State University’s budget crisis sparks on-campus protests - Jordan Bowen, WDTN

Wright State students protested on campus Thursday for what they claim is the administration’s mishandling of money. The University has been struggling to balance its budget. It’s cut 20 full-time jobs in the last 4 months. Thursday, students made signs, demanding answers from the administration on spending and the cuts they say are hurting their education. Wright State students are calling for more accountability and less cuts. “I don’t think they should be cutting our faculty,” Freshman Kayla Mosley said. “Because that cuts our classes and that makes it harder for us to get our education.” http://wdtn.com/2016/09/22/wright-state-universitys-budget-crisis-sparks-on-campus-protests/

No comments:

Post a Comment