Micah Greenberg
Features Editor
Class of 2021
Micah Greenberg is a senior majoring in Political Science from Brookline, Massachusetts. He is the Features Editor alongside Michelle Shuai. He previously wrote for CT first as a Sports Editor, then a senior staff member. He has also been involved on campus in Model UN, SA Government, SPB, and Quiz Bowl.

Articles by Micah

Students sent wrong information in degree audit mix up

UR Student — an online system for class registration, student finance, and record-keeping — was rolled out last April. Since the switch, students have pointed out a few growing pains. 

Dr. Chatbot’s namesake: Jeremiah A. Chatbot III

When Jeremiah A. Chatbot III was just a young boy growing up in Brooklyn, his parents motivated him to do great things in life.

UR reacts to rocky election

On Nov. 3, millions of people from around the world — including much of the UR community — watched as the results of the American election began to trickle in. But some close states took days to count, causing increased anxiety and anticipation. 

Students’ complicated relationship with WiFi

Students often joke about renaming the University’s WiFi network from “UR_Connected” to “UR_Not_Connected,” and I’m beginning to understand why.

A day in the life of University middle management

If you consult the delegation guidebook, you’ll see that crises on River Campus are delegated to the Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering.

A President who will cut the malarkey!

The Biden transition team has put forward a platform, “We pledge in our first 100 days to abolish the scourge of malarkey in all of its forms.”

Arthur Satz: Visionary of the humanities

Earlier this month, UR announced the largest-ever endowed gift for the Humanities from alum Arthur Satz ‘51. Satz, who passed away two years ago at 89 years old, left the gift through his estate.

Student organizations struggle to adapt to health guidelines

Throughout the summer, it was unclear what the fall semester would look like. The extent of in-person learning and on-campus living was unclear and dependent upon changing government health policies. As a result, policies for events and other club activities remained up in the air until closer to the start of the semester.

UR’s COVID-19 budget cuts lead to faculty frustrations

Though the cuts were necessary given the financial strains caused by the pandemic, they caused some indirect consequences for faculty in both the short and the long run.

BlackatUR amplifies underrepresented voices

On Instagram, students across the country have made accounts sharing the experiences of students of color, especially Black students, regarding racial issues. Seeing those accounts, @BlackatUR was formed.