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Seligman talks future vision for UR in farewell address

Seligman reflected upon the job and his personal achievements in the position to a crowd of over 100 people.

After SA Senate vote, Equestrian Team future uncertain

A single vote by an SA senator might mean the end for one of the oldest club sports teams on campus.

Millions watch her YouTube videos. Her stars? American Girl Dolls.

Anna writes the script for each video, sews the costumes for the dolls, assembles royalty-free soundtracks, records the voiceovers for each character (her favorite part), and tediously films the stop-motion action.

In interview, Burke talks UR’s sexual misconduct situation

"Healing has to happen collectively. It can’t just be the students getting everything they want or the administration getting everything they want, there has to be a collective healing on the campus, so that it is actual and it’s real."

Diet issues hit Dining Services

Danforth prides itself for being a nut-free facility. However, Montague, who has a life-threatening nut allergy, encountered a sign that said a desert had almonds in it.

Language Center showcases the French culture through crepe making

Although crepes were highlighted as the main dish of the event, the actual star of the show was the French language itself.

Tarana Burke inspires with #MeToo talk

Burke said she felt disheartened after learning about the University’s handling of sexual misconduct allegations against Professor T. Florian Jaeger.

Failures, however embarrassing, embraced at Screw Up Nights

Screw Up Nights featured six speakers and then moved to an open-mic portion — where anyone in the crowd could share their stories.

Winterfest serves as a distraction for students

Saturday afternoon marked the centerpiece of Winterfest Weekend – Winter Wonderland. Students snapped pictures with the different ice sculptures scattered around campus.

World hijab day seeks awareness

“It gives non-Muslim women a chance to be in a Muslim women’s shoes and to really feel what it’s like to wear hijab,” said former graduate student Mai Ali ‘17, who is celebrating her 15th year wearing her hijab.