Indoor masking mandate reinstated on University campuses
This morning, students woke to an email announcing that UR has reinstated an indoor mask mandate following a surge in on campus cases.
March 31 presidential debate gives UR a look into SA hopefuls
While the candidates explained the ideal relationship between student government and administration, a small mechanical whirr could be heard from…
Student submissions for flag lounge display replacement opening soon
The Hirst Lounge flags are gone for good. What will take their place is up for students to design — with administrative approval, of course.
Mujeres Divinas NUEVA York seek feminist change for migrant farmworkers
“I think we’re in a time where as women, we should be helping each other, not pitting ourselves against each other. Because we know when we see women coming together, and uniting, we can change not only our community but the world.”
Lomi, first ever automated compost system, to be on campus in GreenSpace
“I feel that no one is exempt from taking responsibility for taking care of the environment. We all as living beings who live off the Earth have a responsibility to take care of the environment.”
February clothing exchange advocates for sustainable community
On Feb. 23, environmental advocacy student group Grassroots hosted its monthly clothing exchange. The clothing exchange is a free activity on campus where students can donate clothes in exchange for new ones.
SA Summary: Hillside overpricing, MERT returning this semester, cultural holiday resolution updates
Senior Senator Ezra Kruger whipped out two garlic cloves at the SA Senate’s Feb. 21 meeting. One was from Walmart, the other from Hillside.