Corey Miller-Williams
Managing Editor
Class of 2023
Corey Miller-Williams is a sophomore majoring in Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Mandarin Chinese, and Gender, Sexuality, and Womens’ Studies from Batavia, New York. She is currently the Managing Editor for the Campus Times, and previously served as News Editor. She also participates in College Feminists as the Coalition for Political Engagement Liaison.

Articles by Corey

Presentation explores role of Black women in suffrage movement

SUNY Oneonta Assistant Professor of History Dr. Susan Goodier began her lecture by emphasizing the importance of telling the stories of Black suffragists. She said that they should be “household names, like the names of white suffragists.” 

How not to have class discussions

There’s a difference between engaging with the material and engaging with your own ego.

Help! I can’t get rid of my quarantine body

People keep telling me to “get rid of my quarantine body,” and there’s only one explanation: I’ve been found out.

FDI and SBAI participate in national Scholar Strike

The strike — to be held Sept. 8 and 9 — invites students, professors, and administrators to refrain from their duties for the duration of the strike, and instead dedicate their time to educating themselves and others on racism and systematically racist violence.

Dissatisfied by administration’s reopening process, UR faculty launch AAUP chapter

72 UR faculty members frustrated with administrations’ actions surrounding reopening have launched a chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP).

Former president of CSA removed from club entirely after comment on Chinese government

Hao stressed that he respected CSA’s decision, and held no ill will towards the group. "CSA has the right to do whatever they want to do," he wrote. "I do not want to judge anyone here."

Chi Omega undergoes mass disaffiliation

73% of the sorority Chi Omega has decided disaffiliation is the best method to fix their organization.

Sorority members call for mass disaffiliation in open letter

The letter, written by three Alpha Phi women of color and signed in solidarity by nine white sorority members, calls for an end to Greek life at UR.

Discriminatory recruitment practices stir up uncertainty for Alpha Phi, Greek life

The applicants considered the prettiest, the letter says, would likely be the only ones to make it through recruitment.

United States announces restrictions for international students for Fall 2020

Students who do not comply “may face immigration consequences including, but not limited to, the initiation of removal proceedings.”