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Gun talks still alive

Students, faculty, and staff sparred over evidence for and against arming Public Safety officers at the Medical Center.

Freshman elected as new senate deputy speaker

Marco Ramos, a first-year international student from Mexico, was elected deputy speaker of the Senate Monday night at the branch’s Gowen Room meeting.

New Douglass lacks food labels

The many food stations at the newly renovated Douglass Dining Hall are devoid of nutritional information labels, leaving students with allergies in the dark about their options.

Kitchen construction adds insult to injury for Sig Ep

Some of the twenty-six brothers living there are worried about exhausting their University meal plans—they had planned to rely on the kitchen and taken lower-value meal plans as a result.

UR community talks privilege

The Paul J. Burgett Intercultural Center held a community discussion on privilege last Wednesday, giving students an opportunity to discuss the effects of their and others’ privileges.

Debate Union hosts iDebate Rwanda

In the aftermath of genocide, is forgiveness more important than justice?

Turnout high as freshmen elect four new senators

The 53 percent voter turnout rate far exceeds the approximately 32 percent rate from the spring SA elections, considered by SA members as one of the most successful election turnouts in recent years.

Minority student groups vote to oppose arming DPS

“I don’t feel comfortable with the University of Rochester pairing with any of the surrounding police departments,” said junior Daniel Southwell.

Emotions and argument fill town halls on arming Public Safety

Perturbed by the prospect of arming Public Safety officers, UR students and employees worried at two recent town halls that…

Blackout event showcases minority groups

Former BSU president Shelly Clements '88 delivered the keynote address to the audience.