Class of 2020
Want to see gender inequality at UR? Look at the sculptures.
“People we honor seem to be more and more men, white men in particular [...] We have hundreds of women alumni who are super important. Where are they?”
Josh Luo was quiet, but his multifaceted impact was not
“He doesn’t really stop smiling,” sophomore Ilene Kang said. “In awkward or tense situations, he also smiles.”
Driver revealed as culprit behind insensitive bus fliers
Following the discovery of the fliers, students, faculty and staff were outraged.
Yellowjacket weekend creates buzz
Saturday marked the biggest day of Yellowjacket Weekend. Activities included bounce houses and an amusement ride were scattered throughout the quad, as well as food trucks, free “Feel the Sting” class-year shirts, a photo booth, and the Sig Ep Luau Dinner.
Faculty makes requests for future UR president
The meeting was framed by three questions. These were the qualities about UR that would attract a candidate to want to be president, the major challenges they would face, and characteristics the community would want to see in the next president.