Archives - Wil Aiken

The Campus Times is changing, again

The expansion doesn’t look like it’s going to let up this semester.

Following petition, Gold Line starts at 6:30 a.m.

Months after a petition called for an earlier UR shuttle from Riverview, the Gold Line will now run from 6:30 a.m.

Deans’ email suggests an end to flag lounge

The Hong Kong and Taiwan flags were hung separately from the others, and initially listed on the WCSA website as sub-national entities. 

A response to the recent College Republicans letter

I should recognize the optics of a piece disappearing from our site soon after it is posted.

‘Parasite’ is a master class in empathetic satire

Here’s what I can say that won’t spoil it for you. The film is about a rich family and a poor family, and how their lives intersect.

ROC Players are better than ‘Big Fish’

Friday night’s performance of “Big Fish” in the May Room served as an important reminder that while every story needs a good storyteller, every storyteller needs a good story.

Wil reviews Halloween temporary tattoos and finds the void

Halloween has been over for a week, yet the tats remain steadfast on my arm, like the holiday's last great attempt to rage against the dying of the light. 

Dean Rossi calls off Philharmonia China tour

The decision is a reversal for Rossi, who at announced last week that the orchestra would proceed with the tour, even though three South Korean members couldn't go. 

Student arrested on assault, harassment, sexual abuse charges suspended

Rahul Saha, 26, faces charges of sexual abuse, assault, and aggravated harassment.

Actor, UR grad, grandfather Robert Forster dies at 78

The letter openers are about nine inches long, smooth, silvery, shaped a bit like a hockey stick, and if you…