THE EXPONENT

University implements ‘chosen name’ option

Sydney Sallee, Staff Writer

October 8, 2018

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Since the beginning of the academic year, Baldwin Wallace University students have been given the opportunity to choose their own name in the largest extent to date.

Concert seeks to encourage voting

Greg Watson, Managing Editor

October 8, 2018

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Discussions through social media have inspired faculty and students at Baldwin Wallace to team up in order to raise awareness for student-voter registration.

End of Perkins Loans means difficulties for some at BW

Grant Strlich-Waybright, Contributing Writer

October 8, 2018

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Starting this year, students attending Baldwin Wallace University with high financial need may find difficulties securing additional support after last year’s Congressional decision not to renew the Federal Perkins Loan Program.

‘Campus fridge’ program to target food insecurity

Bo Ransom, Associate Editor

October 8, 2018

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Baldwin Wallace is in the process of implementing free sustainable food stops that will be spread throughout various locations across campus beginning next semester.

Despite overcoming enrollment dip, focus remains on budgetary issues

Emma Selmon, Executive Editor

October 8, 2018

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Despite fall 2017 bringing in a smaller-than-projected freshman class, Baldwin Wallace ended its financial year with a positive budget, faring better than most other liberal arts colleges across the country.

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