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DPS Update for Dec. 11

DEC. 2 Sixty dollars was stolen from a student’s unattended wallet in a Goergen Athletic Center locker room. A student…

Joint initiative plans to expand campus vegetarian options

The initiative seeks to ensure that every student feels comfortable with the meals provided on campus.

UR, Seligman, Clark sued by EEOC complainants

UR and two of its top administrators are being sued in federal court.

Dinner raises money for children displaced by Middle East conflict

About 250 guests attended the dinner, the proceeds of which are intended to fund education for children affected by the Middle Eastern refugee crisis.

Students and faculty worry about a world without net neutrality

Professor Michael Scott said that this financial view companies have could result in competitive content being slowed down to drive up costs of fast internet.

Zanele Muholi speaks about LGBT rights in South Africa

Muholi, a South African visual artist, uses photography and video installations to increase the visibility of black lesbian, gay, transgender, and intersex people.

Queer Ball lets students be themselves

At the Pride Network’s first-ever Queer Ball this past Saturday, students felt free to dress how they wanted, and to take whoever they wanted as dates, too.

Gun control debate finds common ground

Despite the differences between the two sides, the teams were able to find common ground on several issues, including a ban on bump stocks, funding more studies into the effectiveness of gun control, and improving background checks.

Longtime student leader Lindsay Wrobel resigns for medical leave

Wrobel had previously served as both the Senate’s speaker and deputy speaker.

Student-made Chinese cuisine spices up cooking competition

The competition was not only to celebrate Chinese culture with authentic food, but also to provide a sense of comfort for international students.