News


Commission makes preliminary recommendation for limited guns at Med Center

A University commission has made a preliminary recommendation to arm a handful of Public Safety officers at the Medical Center, though it will neither be considered nor publicized by UR until the fall semester.

Roger Ferguson gives advice for graduates, defends Fed

Current TIAA CEO and former Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Roger Ferguson sits down with the CT.

Students react to Norovirus

The recent Norovirus outbreak, which sickened over 140 students and cost the University roughly $30,000 a day on cleaning and supplies, has inconvenienced an already disgruntled student body as the semester comes to an end.

Features


Urban Fellows learn through experience

The program itself began in 2002 when a small group of students wanted to help engage their peers in civil service and community outreach.

Planning for commencement

Rain or shine, about 1,400 undergraduates will graduate in the 166th College Commencement ceremony Sunday morning—at around 40 percent of the cost in previous years.

Brothel rumor busted

As a member of a UR sorority, your housing is relegated to special-interest floors in upperclassmen housing.