5K Challenge deadline approaches

What would you do with $5,000 to improve the lives of Rochester students?

Hydorphobic paint deemed unsafe

“We just want to protect everybody. I wouldn’t even let my staff use it.”

Free tampon and pad proposal moves forward

Ford estimates that a pilot program would cost approximately $5,000, but if the program were to be adopted University-wide, the annual cost would be significantly higher.

‘Morning Joe’ talks shop

The two journalists lamented the current political climate, with Scarborough, a one-time politician, saying,“We didn’t make things this personal,” and that lawmakers should “start putting our country first.”

Miller panel talks SCOTUS

UR President Joel Seligman, Mock Trial president and senior Jason Altabet, and legal professionals debated the role of politics in the U.S. Supreme Court at a panel discussion led by distinguished legal scholar Arthur Miller ’56.

Racial remarks draw ire at forum

“You just stood up here and said the N-word, like, that’s not okay, you don’t need to offer a defense for it, but that’s not okay.”

Ken Burns takes on race in America

Filmmaker Ken Burns sat down with University Dean Paul Burgett last Friday to discuss race in America at the Meliora Weekend Presidential Symposium.

Hydrophobic paint offers pick-me-ups

Students should start seeing encouraging messages painted on the ground around campus.

Review board considers body cameras for armed officers

Seligman accepted in full the UR Security Commission’s recommendation to arm officers two Thursdays ago.

Financial aid ambassadors try for transparency

Part of the ambassadors’ stated mission includes advocating for students in the Financial Aid Office and promoting “positive and meaningful” change in the aid process.