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Senate Summary: All-gender restrooms, climate action plan

Check out this week's senate goings-on.

GSW presentation tackles drawbacks of capitalism

“I think the biggest challenge, honestly, for nonprofits, and for leaders and managers, even in the most progressive spaces, is capitalism,” Rich said.

Students call out molestation remarks, comedian unapologetic

while college students are often accused of being over-sensitive, students who objected to the joke said it wasn’t because of the topic.

Far from home, Chinese students shaken by coronavirus outbreak

“I don’t know anybody who is infected, but I know basically every one of my friends, every one of my family members, they are affected by the virus,” one first-year said.

Senate Summary: Mock registration, student body emails

SA’s Feb. 3 senate meeting had updates on ongoing projects, SA initiatives, and the passing of motions to appoint new accountants on the appropriations committee and a new senator for the International Students Affairs Committee (ISAC).

Eastman advice messages removed following student uproar

The messages under fire included: “Set your house in perfect order before you criticize the world” and “Our quality of life is directed by our capacity to take control of our own emotions.”

SA Summary: Student retention and accessibility

The Jan. 27 SA senate meeting included a presentation on retaining students struggling due to a lack of accommodations and updates on UR Student.

Wheelchair lift soon to see changes

The notoriously unreliable wheelchair lift in the Common Connection office in Wilson Commons should be replaced by the week’s end.

Winterfest Weekend: What you missed

For those who couldn't make it to the Winterfest activities last weekend, the Campus Times has assembled a visual guide to the fun. 

UR officials deny coronavirus rumors

The rumors about the disease — which has been given the name novel coronavirus — came just over a week after students returned to UR from winter break.