Senior Mae Oreiro answers a question from senior Larry Chang while working at the Center for Student Involvement at University of Washington Tacoma. Neither Oreiro nor Zvon Casanova, background, favor an increase in the minimum wage. They are concerned that a boost from their current wage of $11 to $15 would increase tuition costs and force cutbacks in programs. The Center for Student Involvement is located in the University YMCA Student Center.
Senior Mae Oreiro answers a question from senior Larry Chang while working at the Center for Student Involvement at University of Washington Tacoma. Neither Oreiro nor Zvon Casanova, background, favor an increase in the minimum wage. They are concerned that a boost from their current wage of $11 to $15 would increase tuition costs and force cutbacks in programs. The Center for Student Involvement is located in the University YMCA Student Center. Drew Perine Staff photographer
Senior Mae Oreiro answers a question from senior Larry Chang while working at the Center for Student Involvement at University of Washington Tacoma. Neither Oreiro nor Zvon Casanova, background, favor an increase in the minimum wage. They are concerned that a boost from their current wage of $11 to $15 would increase tuition costs and force cutbacks in programs. The Center for Student Involvement is located in the University YMCA Student Center. Drew Perine Staff photographer

UW Tacoma students unsure about raising campus minimum wage

October 09, 2015 10:33 AM

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