KALAMAZOO -- A student group calling for custodians in Western Michigan University dorms to earn what students feel is a ``living wage'' will make its case to WMU's board on Friday.Previous:
At 9:45 a.m., organizers of WMU Living Wage Campaign will present to the board of trustees its arguments for why the custodians should earn $9.50 an hour with health benefits or $11.50 without such benefits. The hour-long forum will be in the West Ballroom of the Bernhard Center.
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