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Part-Time Dining Hall Help To Receive 12-Cent Pay Boost

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Expanding the University announcement of yesterday concerning reduced hours for employees in the dining halls. Aldrich Durant '02 has indicated that part-time workers will be given wage rises equivalent to that effected by the reduction in hours for the regular employees.

According to the terms of the new contract, the dining hall workers are to receive the same take-home pay for five days' work as they have been previously receiving for six. This change will be translated for the temporary employees into a 12-cent rise in the minimum wage, from 53 to 65 cents per hour (plus meals).

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