In early February, a group called Students Against the Rebrand stormed into a Board of Trustees meeting in Heimbold with a document outlining their various concerns with the current state of the college. The list of demands drafted by the small group of students leading the protest covered the alleged “neoliberalization of SLC, with regards to the strategic plan, the rebrand, and the subsequent shift in institutional values and priorities,” as written in a letter posted by the group on their website and directed at the student body. Through this document, which is split into topics that include admissions policies, athletics, the gender ratio, labor relations, sexual assault and diversity, these students aim to reverse the trend they have seen developing over the last few years.

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