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    Thank you for your input. Unfortunately the math department makes decisions on how to best support their students through online systems. We will reach out to look at alternatives, but know that there is not a lot we can do other than express student concern. We are also looking at open educational resources (OER) in the future and will keep you updated on that.

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    USG

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    Sarah commented  · 

    It's not just that class, there are so many classes that require online homework. I took cheme heat transfer last year, it was about 150$ for an online system that was bugged and crashed,

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    The best option to further handle this is to make an appointment with the student center and to tell them about your experiences with these companies. They do a form of feedback from the students who got interviewed but they don’t share the information with all students. If you have already voiced this to the career center with no effect, please come into your classes USG office hours, downstairs in the student center.
    Sincerely,
    USG

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    UPDATE:
    6 down lights have been installed which should increase visibility and safety at the crossing of 19th and Elm. Furthermore, the city council and school will re-evaluate if the lighting improves the visibility enough when the complete project of Highway 6 and 19th street is finished. This reassessment is scheduled to take place in August and suggestions for additional crosswalks are on the agenda. Any other feedback you have for the current solution is greatly appreciated!

    Sincerely,
    USG

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