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.
Feldman talks Jaeger and moving on
Feldman added that since the UR-commissioned investigation released earlier this semester found Jaeger had violated no school policy, and since the Faculty Senate censured his behaviour but not called for any sanctions, “we thought it would be okay for us to try and move on. We think this is part of the next phase.”
Amendment support shows at Pride meeting, despite lingering concern
The amendment will appear on the ballot of the SA elections, which run today and tomorrow.
Students and faculty upset at Jaeger teaching this fall
Students said they shouldn’t have to consider whether their professor has been accused of sexual misconduct when picking classes.
UR artist raises public health awareness through project
In an attempt to put a face to those living with HIV or mental illness, Wheatley converses with various mental illness and HIV patients and then translates their image, thoughts, fears, and lives into small painted portraits.
After Slaughter’s passing, local female leaders discuss careers in politics
When discussing their inspirations for taking a step into politics, some of panelists acknowledged the long legacy of female leadership in Monroe County. Mayor Warren alluded to the fact that the city has a history of being “progressive” and “forward thinking.”