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Burgett Intercultural Center hosts memorial for its namesake

University President Richard Feldman initiated the memorial by speaking at length about Burgett. Feldman provided a retrospective about the man, emphasizing that Burgett always had an unwavering sense of control and composure.

Driver revealed as culprit behind insensitive bus fliers

Following the discovery of the fliers, students, faculty and staff were outraged.

Sexual assault prevention campaign chalks up Mel Weekend

The messages included “#MeToo,” “We Stand with Survivors,” “Stop Blaming Victims!” and many chalkings of the phrase, “It’s On Us.”

First-years’ expectations mixed for Mel Weekend

Moreover, a large number of first-years were uncertain of what to expect for the weekend.

Republican congressional candidate shares platform with UR

Maxwell also has four goals if elected into office: grow our economy, fix healthcare, lower the national debt, and eliminate any corruption in Washington.  

Massage chairs: too big a hit?

It is anticipated that the chairs will be repaired within a week, but until then, SA is working to ensure the longevity of the chairs.

New Warner center builds digital technology for education

As workplaces and communities discover new ways to communicate and collaborate, higher education is often seen as left behind.

Asian-American identities examined at AAA discussion

Students dove into topics such as language, interracial individuals, and cultural upbringing.

Group of students aims to reduce plastic waste on campus

PLAN is making it possible for all students on campus to afford environment-friendly alternatives to mainstream products.

SA meeting summary: 9/24

On the student-life side of things, a petition is in early stages that will attempt to make new resources available for grieving students.