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Takeaways from the DPS forum

In case you missed it, and have not yet found two hours to go through the CT Facebook Live recording, here are our bitesize highlights.

MSAB finds DPS forum lacking

They blamed the administration for a limiting format as well as unsatisfactory responses.

5K faces its own challenge

In past years, the challenge has received criticism for failing to communicate with finalists and winners after they submit their ideas.

Screw ups: a path toward success

To amplify this belief, iZone organized an event this past Wednesday where students from an array of campus organizations came to share their failures.

Pride network remembers transgender victims

For many event-goers, it was difficult not to imagine their own name tacked on to the already too-long list of victims.

Second queer ball allows free expression

For many, UR’s Queer Ball was a first chance to go to a dance as themselves.

MSAB wins public forum with surprise Faculty Senate sit-in

Frustrated that Public Safety had repeatedly denied their requests for a community forum, MSAB and various minority student leaders staged a sit-in at the meeting.

Weyl advocates ‘radical liberalism’ in economic talk

Weyl visited UR to promote the ideas presented in the book. The visit included a Q&A session with those already familiar with the book and an evening talk for a wider audience.

UR announces ad hoc committee for gun proposal

If passed, the proposal, initially presented in an Oct. 22 SA Senate meeting, would see the creation of two armed Public Safety officers on the River Campus and one at the Eastman School of Music. It has since been met with opposition from students and student groups.

Ideas flow at Hult prize competition

For many competitors, this competition is an outlet for  innovative and novel ideas that can spur change in the world.