Feldman’s decision: No new armed DPS shifts, but freedom for armed supervisors
The decision took six months, a sit-in demonstration, a public forum, and a new 27-person committee.
UR can do ‘ever better’ in honoring Native American land on which it stands
The 17th-century contact with European conquerors, the history of genocide and forced migration, and broken political treaties continues to disadvantage…
Before Quad Fox, there was Rinky: Siberian husky and perennial SA candidate
A Siberian husky who prowled campus in the ‘70s and ‘80s, Rinky earned around 15 percent of the vote in multiple SA presidential elections.
American Ninja Warrior
UR senior ‘ready to battle’ in ‘American Ninja Warrior’
Schlageter built a ninja course in his backyard when he was 14 to prepare. “I would set myself really difficult challenges — things I could not do." He added, “It’s just a matter of repeatedly failing — trying to figure out what went wrong that time and making adjustments. I know that I can do it because it’s doable.”
Senate Summary: SA eliminates club committees, confirms new members
SA passed resolutions that signify major changes ahead for student organizations, as well as SA Government’s own processes last Monday…
CT Eats: Mamma G’s a mixed bag
As much as I adored those entrees, dessert left me wanting. Our waitress, who had a good track record with the timballo, claimed that “Dario’s dessert” was the best dessert. I hope that statement was her personal opinion and not the restaurant’s advertising, because if that is their signature dessert, then I think they’ve neglected that department.
CT Eats: Cuckoo for Coco Garden Malaysian Restaurant
Not only can Coco Garden come up with exciting flavors, but they know how to mix up the perfect shake as well. Even without the incredible taro flavor, this milkshake would have been to-die-for. Thick, creamy, and silky smooth. Wendy’s Frosties are quaking in their boots.
Hector Carvajal, from high school dropout to campus leader
With a social venture dedicated to education equity, an increasing role in student organizations, and an inspiring story, junior Hector Carvajal, once a high school dropout, is a new leader on our campus.