Voicing opinions

Sophomore Nicole Cuadras, junior Megan Keller and senior Estrellita Guzman share their opinions with school administrators at Wednesday night’s town hall meeting. Students spoke about issues including Bon Appétit catering, Campus Safety and the University’s master plan. The meeting began at 10 p.m. and continued long after midnight. / photo by Daniel Torres
Sophomore Nicole Cuadras, junior Megan Keller and senior Estrellita Guzman share their opinions with school administrators at Wednesday night’s town hall meeting. Students spoke about issues including Bon Appétit catering, Campus Safety and the University’s master plan. The meeting began at 10 p.m. and continued long after midnight. / photo by Daniel Torres

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