Archives - Wil Aiken

CSA president drops appeal against College Republicans

The move effectively ends the student government conflict between College Republicans and CSA.

Students call for Jaeger’s firing at Mel Weekend protest

As the protesters marched, Meliora Weekend attendees streamed around them. On several occasions, someone would give the protesters a hi-five or a shout of support.

College Republicans steps back, Tibet-event instigator pursues investigation

A day before the withdrawal, sophomore Yifan Xu submitted a letter of intent calling for a Student Code of Conduct investigation of College Republicans.

Bayer performs, boredom prevails

I should be fair. There was good stuff there. But the performance felt non-committal, like Bayer was afraid to stick to a theme.

CSA and College Republicans go to SA over Tibet and Uighur dispute

The president of UR’s Chinese Students’ Association (CSA) submitted a letter of intent to student government 's All-Campus Judicial Council…
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UR lawyers violate witness confidentiality, echoing past breaches

UR’s law team violated confidentiality of 23 witnesses in the federal lawsuit pitting UR against former students and employees who…

Hiroshima survivor testifies in Interfaith Chapel

On September 20, 2019, Sadae Kasaoka turned 87. The next day, she gave a testimony on the bomb that killed…

Racist vandalism sparks reaction across campus

On the morning of Sept. 12, Environmental Services Worker Ursula McNair went into the men’s restroom of the Hollister wing…

Judge’s decision gives retaliation claims new weight

Nearly all of the claims presented in a lawsuit have a legal basis to proceed, a judge ruled, setting the stage for a showdown in court over allegations that UR retaliated against and defamed nine former students and faculty affiliated with complaints against professor T. Florian Jaeger.

The olds and news of the Campus Times

I’m far from the first to say the way we consume journalism is changing. Nor am I the first to…