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We know that recent events have resulted in a lot of change, confusion, and disappointment as the college has moved online and many of us have moved to different locations. Many of you may have lost your on and off-campus jobs or needed to spend unanticipated funds for travel, and we as leaders of ASW want you to know that we are in this together.
In light of these events, the ASW Student Board has created a COVID-19 Relief Fund for students, up to $400 per student. As we are no longer spending the remainder of our events, club, or administrative budgets, we are focusing these funds and energy into assisting students during these unprecedented times. This is not a loan – you do not have to repay any of the funds.
It may feel difficult to find community in these times when we are physically distanced from one another. But, we can still stay socially connected during these public safety measures through virtual means, and it is vital that we do so. To regularly call and check in with our family and friends, and to remind each other that we are not alone in this.
Additionally, following social distancing measures is an act of solidarity that shows our support for our local, national, and global communities. Staying home will help flatten the curve of the outbreak and assure that our medical system will not become overburdened and healthcare workers can provide care for those who need it.
Throughout history, the Griffin has been a representation of strength and leadership. The Griffin is powerful, bold, and a protector. We can work to embody these qualities while working and attending school from home. Let us all use this time to care for one another deeply and show the world what Westminster students are made of.
Your ASW Student Board
Maggie Regier, President
Kenzie Campbell, Vice President
Brendan Sudberry, Clubs President
Alyssa Appleman, Events President
Rebecca Blanton, Speaker of the Senate
Kate Pasco, Chief Justice
CK Padayao, Executive Creative Director
John Carr, Director of Budgeting and Accounting