Humanities talks teach importance of academia in ‘post-truth’ world
Around 100 people crowded into the Humanities Center Lounge in Rush Rhees Library morning for the opening remarks of the Knowledge and Citizenship Teach-in.
#NoBanNoWall protest draws students, faculty, admins
Holding a banner that read “#NoBanNoWall” in English, Spanish, Somali, Farsi, and Arabic, student organizers took turns denouncing the ban.
Forum attempts to answer amid Trump order uncertainty
The open forum was the last stop of the #NoBanNoWall demonstration, which commenced at the Wilson Commons Porch earlier that day.
Student activists say Greek and other groups violate SA Constitution
The list includes Greek life organizations, a capella groups, and sports teams.
DeGruy details mental remnants of slavery in MLK Jr. address
Author and educator Dr. Joy DeGruy delved into how America’s history of slavery has caused “post traumatic slave syndrome” in African descendants before a full house Friday evening as UR’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Address speaker.
Public Safety accountability board quiet on specifics
The minutes can found two hyperlinks deep from University’s email on Monday that five senior officers have been armed on the River Campus and that 30 more will follow at the Medical Center by Feb. 6.
As Feldman steps down, colleagues praise a decade of service
The University will begin the search process to find Feldman’s successor after it completes its search for the next Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering.