Abraham Loncke
News Editor
Class of 2020

Articles by Abraham

Uighurs testify on persecution in China

Composed of personal testimonies from three Uighur women, an Oct. 26 event hosted by UR College Republicans gave students a…

Discontent marks reactions to Starbucks renovations

This past summer, Starbucks in Wilson Commons was renovated in a joint collaboration with UR Dining. Many returning UR students…

Dealing with growth, change, and a receding hairline

Change is one of the inevitabilities of life, and how we deal with it defines how we live it. I…

SA passes free printing

Undergraduates will have 100 free pages of printing credit starting in the 2019 fall semester, the result of a collaboration…

Spring 2019 dining update

“Our plan right now is to continue to get better at the things we are [currently] working on, and to really spend our time on food quality,” Schauf said.

Progressive ideas flow at Title IX comment party

Students and organizers crafted comments at a comment party co-hosted by the Title IX office and the Commission on Women and Gender Equity in Academia.

Ideas flow at Hult prize competition

For many competitors, this competition is an outlet for  innovative and novel ideas that can spur change in the world.

Speakers encourage students to take back the night on domestic violence

During the event, the prevalence of domestic violence on and off campus was emphasized.

Optimistic future for laser lab after recent government funding

LLE scientists at UR are now filled with hope and renewed vigor, looking to make lasting contributions to the science community.