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Grassroots includes all in clothing exchange

Dozens of students rifled through piles of clothing sorted by size, not gender, last Friday at the first on-campus Queer and Trans Clothing Exchange.

Students look to light campus walkways

Students, Public Safety officers, and University staff members teamed up Tuesday evening to survey locations on and off campus in need of better lighting as a part of the annual Walk for Light event.

Seligman approves main race proposals

Seligman announced that he would be accepting the “principal recommendations” of the Commission.

OMSA needs its own space, students stress

OMSA currently shares an office with the Center for Education Abroad in Dewey 2-161.

‘Human Oil Spill’ floods Hirst Lounge

Protesters dressed in black from head to toe and lay on the floor for 15 minutes.

UR talks policy at sexual misconduct town hall

Students, faculty, and staff voiced their concerns regarding UR’s sexual misconduct policies last Wednesday afternoon at a town hall meeting held in the Hawkins-Carlson Room of Rush Rhees Library.

‘United Against Hate’

Their election night silence and sadness turned into chanted rebukes of the dog-whistle politics of Trump’s campaign, which many have decried as racist, sexist, xenophobic, and all manner of normalized hatred.

Professor steps down as undergrad program director after controversial Facebook posts

Ted Pawlicki, the professor whose Facebook posts on Thursday prompted student outrage, stepped down from his position as undergraduate program…

Professor offers to buy bus tickets to Canada for those who ‘promise never to come back’

The post immediately spawned student outrage, including the filing of bias-related incident reports.

Diwali Lights up May Room

The graduate Rochester Indian Association celebrated its flagship event, Diwali, in the May Room of Wilson Commons on Saturday night.