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Spider-Men brighten up Valentine’s Day with free hugs

Free hugs, as it turns out, are a great power that comes with great responsibility.

GSW presentation tackles drawbacks of capitalism

“I think the biggest challenge, honestly, for nonprofits, and for leaders and managers, even in the most progressive spaces, is capitalism,” Rich said.

Humor doesn’t exist in a bubble

We need to be sure we bring this attitude into other conversations as well.

Far from home, Chinese students shaken by coronavirus outbreak

“I don’t know anybody who is infected, but I know basically every one of my friends, every one of my family members, they are affected by the virus,” one first-year said.

SA Summary: Student retention and accessibility

The Jan. 27 SA senate meeting included a presentation on retaining students struggling due to a lack of accommodations and updates on UR Student.

Puerto Rican Student Organization speaks on earthquakes

“We’re talking about 3.5 million American citizens that in a matter of minutes were left in the dark,” junior and PRSO president Brian Basu Perez said.

‘Cats’ convinced me of the power of friendship

But even if it’s not good in the traditional sense, the “Cats” movie  cannot be viewed in a traditional context. It must be viewed as an exercise in free-spirited, unabashed strangeness.

HKSA Lennon Wall event handles aftermath of tunnel paintings

The event, organized by the Hong Kong Students Association, was intended to reframe the on-campus conversation around Hong Kong.

Students hang Taiwanese flag beneath flag display

Dryer said they hoped that the event would be a platform “for the Taiwanese students to say, ‘We’re here, our identity is valid.’”

Senate Summary: Tunnels and Flag Display

The Nov. 25 SA Senate meeting was spent discussing the recent paintings in the tunnels and the controversy over the location and labeling of the Hong Kong and Taiwan flags in the flag display in Hirst Lounge.