on February 10, 2015. REUTERS/Jim Young/File Photo By Karen Pierog and Dave McKinney | CHICAGO CHICAGO The Chicago City Council on Wednesday approved a one-year suspension for Wells Fargo & Co from city business because of its scandal over phony accounts, joining the states of Illinois and California in punishing the bank. The ban includes bond underwriting, brokerage, trustee and other services the bank has provided to the city. Wells Fargo has earned $19.5 million in fees from Chicago since 2005. Wells Fargo staff opened checking, savings and credit card accounts without customer approval for years to satisfy managers' demand for new business, according to a $190 million settlement with U.S. regulators and California prosecutors reached on Sept. 8. The bank said it has fired 5,300 employees over the issue. "I hope this action by the city of Chicago will echo around the nation and make it clear to other institutions this conduct is unacceptable," said Alderman Edward Burke, who heads the council's finance committee. Illinois penalized the bank earlier this week while California announced a 12-month sanction against Wells Fargo, that state's oldest financial institution, on Sept.
But while social events are widely publicized on social media, there are many invaluable resources that students do not take advantage of which could set them ahead in their college career. There are a lot of resources here at UC Davis I think it is challenging for students sometimes to find all the resources and to put themselves out there and ask questions, said Richard Ronquillo, assistant director of communications and student outreach for Student Housing. I really encourage students to take the time to get to know what is available to them and to take advantage of them [their] first year. In Ronquillos opinion, living on campus is beneficial for students in their first year to transition into living a college lifestyle. It allows students to build new relationships and gives them access to helpful โลชั่น บํา รุ ง ผิว กาย programs. One resource that Student Housing provides for residents living in the residence halls are the Living Learning Communities (LLCs). These are shared interest communities for residents to participate in, including interests in culture, music and major. Programs and classes are offered through these communities in which any resident can participate, even if they do not live in that community. Residents also have the option to transfer into one. We do additional programs and events based on that particular theme, Ronquillo said. Some of the LLCs have class components to [them] that take place in the residence halls.
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