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Reporter’s Notebook: Dean of students unveils new wellness initiatives

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Ursula Saadeh
Reporter’s Notebook: Berea City Council and Baldwin Wallace University Student Government seals.

The Student Senate held their weekly meeting of the 114th session on March 26.  

Student Body President Brenna Holiday reported after meeting with President Bob Helmer and Vice President of Student Affairs Timeka Rashid; they stated that Diversity Equity and Inclusion will not be cut, and the claims people have heard are merely rumors. 

The Academic Affairs Committee is discussing potentially moving the drop date back. The committee will be conducting research regarding the drop date at the end of this semester and during the fall semester. They also reported that the budget issue is improving.  

Dean of Students Léna Crain was there to report on different campus wellness initiatives. First, she presented a new well-pack that will be named “Be Well at BW,” which will come to campus next semester. It is a bag filled with different wellness coupons and samples and will also have different BW wellness programs and resources. She also reported that throughout April, every Tuesday will be known as “Till Tuesday,” where she and the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center will be in the Student Union from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. to promote awareness, advocacy and support. The “Red Flag Campaign” will be happening from April 8-12. On April 18, there will be a safe zone training session. On April 25, from 12-3 p.m. in Sandstone 2, BW will be participating in the virtual clothesline project. 

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Junior Senator Amanda Schaefer was appointed as the chairperson of the Campus and Environment Affairs Committee. Sophomore student Derek Larner was reappointed and sworn into the Student Senate.  

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