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Student Arts League protests new building

Jaylen Carr – Editor-in-Chief

The Students Arts League protested the new School of Business building because of the lack of updates to older buildings on campus.

 “I don’t have anything against the new School of Business,” Leader of the Students Arts League, and studio arts major Elisedd McGinley, a senior said. “I also think that there is a strong sense of frustration among students who live and work in facilities that are old and outdated.”

 McGinley said, for example, Earl Hall has been marched for demolition three times since 1993.

“The installation lasted that Thursday,” McGinley said. “We are planning on doing a continuing series, the working title is ‘Facial Awareness’ where we will be reaching out and putting more art on campus and try to start more conversations about what our campus looks like and why it looks like that.”

McGinley said it is important to voice the opinion of the club because others on campus may be more willing to speak on this topic.

More of this story available next week

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