Status of Greek, club sports, a cappella groups uncertain with ACJC ruling
The ruling stemmed from an April 21 appeal by several students that alleged Greek organizations, a capella groups, and club sports teams discriminate by gender and therefore violate the SA Constitution.
Smith and Mooney, first dual-female ticket, elected SA president and vice president
The juniors garnered 944 votes, according to the official results, winning by 316 votes over classmates Delvin Moody and Courtney Thomas Jr. and by 345 over sophomores Nick Foti and Gabi Lipschitz.
Here’s everything SA Senate has been able to see about the Constitution rewrite
See for yourself all that's been shared with the Senate by the CTF.
Students and new info scarce at SA Constitution forum
Tuesday's town hall did little to provide further transparency on the rewriting of SA’s central document.
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.