Campus

Multilingual publication debuts on campus

This month’s Gazette featured six different languages: Italian, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, and French.

OptiKale and Peet’s a big hit after semester debuts

Since their openings, both establishments have brought in long lines and positive reviews.

Aging sleeping pods may be on their last legs

The main reason three pods have been lost is because parts of the sleeping pod base or stem break.

SA and UR team up on DACA fund

The long-term nature of the fund extends its use from purchasing books to things like the nearly $500 fees that had been associated with DACA renewal

Students teach science with a spooky twist

The event consisted of tables set up with candy and Halloween-themed science models.

Pads and Tampons Initiative returns

The initiative received a big boost last Monday when the SA Senate unanimously voted to reallocate funds from the City Cycles program to funding for pads and tampons.

Protest halted by talk cancellation

Party hats and bracelets with #URFailingUs written on them were distributed among the protesters to reinforce the sit-in’s theme, “Party at Morgan Levy’s.”

Roberts talks overcoming adversity through optimism

She referenced her parents as playing a critical role in instilling positivity in her from a young age.

Students, staff attend healing vigil for marginalized students

During the event, students from minority groups, the LGBT community, and victims of sexual assault spoke about their experiences and healing.

BCS committee worked on behavior guidelines amid Jaeger rumors

The University did not adopt the guidelines, but the suggestions ultimately influenced some changes in the faculty handbook in May.