Student ID now needed for Safe Ride

News

By Erica Quinones Elm Staff Writer Safe Ride is seeking to improve accessibility through gauging frequency of ridership. According to a March 1 email from Student Affairs, Safe Ride is implementing a change. Safe Ride has partnered with the department of Risk Management to install ID card scanners into Safe Ride vans. These scanners will […]

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Student Activity fees, WAC Alerts discussed at Nov. 3 SGA meeting

News, Web Features

By Erica Quinones Elm Staff Writer Dean of Students Sarah Feyerherm addressed the Student Government Association Senate at their Tuesday, Nov. 3 meeting to discuss Student Activity fees and the WAC Alerts program. The Student Activity fee is one of several charges labeled under the “Fees” title on students’ bills. Student Activities, however, is a broad […]

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Campus Drive Helps WC Students: Ride Sharing App Could Solve Safe Ride Crowding Problems

Opinion

By Stephaney Wilson  Elm Staff Writer We now have a version of Uber on campus. Campus Drive is one of the hottest apps at Washington College right now. Who wouldn’t want a driver to take them to the nearest fast-food restaurant at one in the morning? As a student, I am delighted about this new initiative.  To […]

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Safe Ride Rolls Out Changes

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By Katy Shenk Elm Staff Writer Although Safe Ride was instituted at Washington College just 12 years ago, it has already experienced remarkable growth, according to President Christina Pletcher, senior. What began as one small van and a single Public Safety dispatcher now encompasses a fleet of three 15-passenger vans, each with their own driver and […]

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