David Schildkraut
News Editor
Class of 2020
Campus Times News Editor 2017 News Staff from October 2016 Contributing Writer September 2016

Articles by David

Dandyhacks, in fourth year, spurs innovation

Dandyhacks, UR’s hackathon run by the Computer Science Undergraduate Council, is now in its fourth year.

Martino signs order to build wall

The wall would protect campus from President Donald Trump and all of his supporters.

5K Challenge raises questions of missteps

Other 5K finalists think the contest was unorganized and maybe unfair.

SOCA’s Bob Marley Expo fosters unity through music

This year’s theme of “One Love” was inspired by the country’s current socio-political climate and meant to honor the life of Bob Marley as an artist and an activist, said senior and SOCA President Elizana Joseph.

Seventh annual InspireDance brings the swing

World-renowned dance troupe Dance Heginbotham wowed the packed Spurrier Dance Studio Friday evening with an hour-long performance.

Free tampons wins 5K Challenge

The Pads and Tampons Initiative received a boost from the student body Friday when it was crowned winner of the Students’ Association (SA) Government’s annual 5K Challenge.

As Feldman steps down, colleagues praise a decade of service

The University will begin the search process to find Feldman’s successor after it completes its search for the next Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering.

Students look to light campus walkways

Students, Public Safety officers, and University staff members teamed up Tuesday evening to survey locations on and off campus in need of better lighting as a part of the annual Walk for Light event.

Your Snapchat filter design guide

The world we live in today is one of social media. Now, more than ever, we can easily share our memories with friends.

Research in the humanities

While the science and engineering disciplines have more visible work, nearly every humanities department conducts research.