Students spray-paint Frat Quad with anti-rape message
They meant it as “a symbol for all of the stories that go unheard to have their moment or even stories that potentially haven’t happened yet.”
Despite dropped charges and a policy rewrite, student set to leave UR
Mohammed Rifat was arrested by DPS on the Residential Quad on May 26 and spent a few hours in RPD custody before being bailed out by friends.
Who sets up Commencement? A team of 22 plans for months
Twenty-two staff members from Event and Classroom Management spend October to June planning the ceremony, with four of them working full-time on the event. Facilities and Meliora Catering also play a role in getting everything in place and the food for the different ceremonies across campus.
Longtime Dining worker fired for what she says was a punch-in mistake
McKnight said that being fired for allegedly being six minutes late does not outweigh her 17 years of service to UR, which she said lacks serious conduct issues.
Rwandan genocide event lands with students
The genocide, which killed over a million Tutsis in 100 days, struck 24 years ago. Although many students were not directly affected the genocide, the intergenerational trauma Rwanda’s current youth feels was discussed at length at the ensuing panel discussion in Dewey Hall.
Miss Israel winner speaks on identity
For Aynaw, her experiences as an Ethiopian-Jewish immigrant distinguished her from from the other contestants. When asked by the judges why she was there, she recalled saying: “We have already chosen an Arabic Miss Israel, a Russian Miss Israel, Yemen. This is the time to choose a black Miss Israel, me.”
Gil and Holtz win uncontested SA election
Gil and Holtz plan to spend the rest of the semester laying the groundwork for their return in the fall. And once that comes around, one of their first goals will be to meet with a representative of every group on campus “to express their concerns and to see what they want to get out of SA,” said Holtz.