‘Thank God For Monday’ to Present Special Series on Sexual Harassment
“As a program dedicated to helping people improve their work environment and careers, ‘Thank God for Monday’ has dealt with sexual harassment since the show’s beginning,” said Brother Greg Cellini. “As the #MeToo movement has shown, there is still much work to be done to create workplaces that are free from harassment and sexual violence. These three shows in February will focus on steps we can all take make permanent change.”
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After a sudden move, WKCO searches for a sense of place
“We have had a feeling of misplacement, so I feel like having a place to store the records is symbolic of that they do understand our position in the community,” Holstein said. “It is slow-moving, but that’s the College administration, the red tape.”
Jake Zeisel ’19, a recording specialist for WKCO, said that while the College has offered to help move their equipment, he will be largely responsible for setting it all up in the new space. In general, he does not think the administration has been helpful to WKCO during the transition. He said the College originally wanted to move WKCO into the Wright Center in Mount Vernon, but they had to tell Kohlman that it wouldn’t work, since none of them had cars.
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