It’s clear that print media of all forms is struggling and I would hate to see any of it go defunct. But if there’s one …
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Susan Cain has hit the nail on the head. There is a difference between being shy and being introverted, and her 2012 …
Textbooks can be quite costly, and undergraduates are increasingly taking advantage of the UR bookstore’s textbook rental program.
The number of students who choose to rent …
Student’s had varied responses to this year’s D-Day performer, Busta Rhymes.
Students hold candlelight vigil to honor those affected by the blasts at this week’s Boston Marathon.
Goldin, publisher of the Campus Times, recommends “The Oatmeal”
As one of the two SA presidential tickets drops out of the race, what is driving this lack of competition?
A new system for selecting housing will be entirely online.
Since the announcement in March 2011 that the Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development would relocate from its long-occupied space in Dewey …
New club UR BlueCrew promotes student enthusiasm at sporting events.
Students seek experiences in their respective through off-campus jobs.
A campaign led by Team Green advocates the banning of plastic water bottles.
An insight on the experiences of students offered admission to UR for the January semester.
When books come to life: human library tells its stories to UR
Todd Kelmar, Staff Photographer
It was, if nothing else, quite a sight. The audience in a sold-out May Room sat straight-backed, arms raised above their …
Jeffrey Bordeaux, Jr.’s family has filed a $24 million lawsuit against UR, Delta Upsilon and Daren Venable in response to Bordeaux, Jr.’s fatal stabbing on Jan. 15, 2011.
Discover some of the more interesting majors being pursued by UR undergraduates.
The Douglass Leadership House, which moved onto the Fraternity Quad last spring, has received a positive welcoming by the campus community.