Kareem Abdul-Jabbar discusses sports and politics in exclusive interview
The NBA great spoke on topics ranging from the perception of Muslim Americans and arming of Public Safety officers to the 80's comedy "Airplane".
UR announces ad hoc committee for gun proposal
If passed, the proposal, initially presented in an Oct. 22 SA Senate meeting, would see the creation of two armed Public Safety officers on the River Campus and one at the Eastman School of Music. It has since been met with opposition from students and student groups.
Colleen Raimond: UR’s resource for all things LGBTQ+
Directing people in need to useful resources is a crucial aspect of Raimond’s role, one that has become important at a time when the social and legal landscape surrounding LGBTQ issues has become uncertain.
MSAB in mass email: Armed proposal ‘endangers many’
The Minority Students’ Association Board (MSAB) is pushing back against Public Safety’s proposal to arm two supervising officers on the River Campus.
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‘Self Portrait’ outside A&M Library a discussion starter and painful reminder
A painting in the tunnels under Rush Rhees depicting three young boys urinating has sparked debate surrounding art and freedom…
Weyl advocates ‘radical liberalism’ in economic talk
Weyl visited UR to promote the ideas presented in the book. The visit included a Q&A session with those already familiar with the book and an evening talk for a wider audience.
Research Rochester: Mislati uses ultrasound to research cancer
Mislati didn’t expect to become involved in biomedical research as an ECE major. “As an engineer, you start off here thinking you’re just going to work with hardware. ECE allows you to work with systems,” Mislati said.
Tin Roof looks to boost student nightlife in a changing neighborhood
It took seven years of planning, construction, and zoning hearings — amid palpable community opposition — to make the bar a reality.