Unpacking Starbucks: Identities behind the Tibet-event fallout
Students — Tibetan, Chinese and others — were beginning to feel unsafe and targeted. Some had stopped going to class. Others were having nightmares.
College Republicans steps back, Tibet-event instigator pursues investigation
A day before the withdrawal, sophomore Yifan Xu submitted a letter of intent calling for a Student Code of Conduct investigation of College Republicans.
Students call for Jaeger’s firing at Mel Weekend protest
As the protesters marched, Meliora Weekend attendees streamed around them. On several occasions, someone would give the protesters a hi-five or a shout of support.
Senate Summary: New improvements to library spaces
Senator Lea Thome updated SA on her efforts to increase access to the Humanities Center on the second floor of Rush Rhees Library. The Center will now be open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every weekday, an hour more than before. She is working to further expand hours during finals.
‘50 Years Since Stonewall’ panel highlights LGBTQ+ history
“I would love to say that this won’t be a panel,” Perry said to laughter. “Instead, it’ll just be a little mimosa brunch, because there won’t be much to talk about other than just to celebrate.”
CSA and College Republicans go to SA over Tibet and Uighur dispute
The president of UR’s Chinese Students’ Association (CSA) submitted a letter of intent to student government 's All-Campus Judicial Council…