Archives - Amanda Marquez

Pura Vida, Blimpie, Panda Express to close in May

Replacements are on their way.

In one of last lectures as dean, Feldman talks journey

Feldman credited his time here to the sequence of “fortuitous twists” he described last Thursday evening at Alpha Delta Phi’s (ADP) Last Lecture Series.

Immigrant students share stories of hope

Students shared emotional stories about their experiences as immigrants in the U.S.

Mel Sauce leaves a mixed taste

According to the Senior Executive Chef for Dining Services Antonio “Chef Tony” Pignagrande, a packaged version of Mel Sauce had been in the midst of development for nearly two years.

Students volunteer in Haiti over break

Elliot and four students traveled to Borgne, Haiti in collaboration with the Haiti Outreach Pwoje Espwa over spring break to assist the local leadership generate ideas for building libraries in the poverty-stricken country.

Unconditional love

There are a lot of things that Web MD can't teach you when your mother succumbs to dementia.

Mock Trial headed to nationals with Seligman help

Going to nationals didn’t seem like a realistic possibility, according to sophomore and URMT’s B Team Co-Captain Deisy Abarca-Espiritu.

Students question planned iZone

With the construction of the Barbara J. Burger iZone slated for May, students who attended last Tuesday’s River Campus Libraries (RCL) Forum questioned the new space’s practicality.

Diversity survey results reveal splits among UR community

The survey measured the inclusiveness of the University’s academic environment across eight factors—trust, appreciation of individual attributes, sense of belonging, access to opportunity, equitable reward and recognition, cultural competence, respect, and common purpose.

Students write love letters to immigrants

Students wrote letters extending words of love and encouragement to UR’s immigrant community last Thursday afternoon at the “#ToImmigrantsWithLove” event held in Hirst Lounge.