Chancellor Hall students protest 'substandard treatment' at UWI Mona

Chancellor Hall students of the University of the West Indies held a silent protest last week to get the institution’s administration to address grouses that residential students are having.

The demonstration was held during the Homecoming Week Celebrations last Thursday.

According to Chancellor Hall’s chairman, Tareefe Montaque, the students had three main issues that they wanted to get resolved. He said the students of Chancellor Hall want: to benefit from the benevolent funds; a change of hall manager and no increase in hall fees.

Montaque said, “those are the three things that the students have a problem with. It is a silent protest that we are dissatisfied with the service that we are getting. Read more

Source: Loop Jamaica