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Deans’ email suggests an end to flag lounge

The Hong Kong and Taiwan flags were hung separately from the others, and initially listed on the WCSA website as sub-national entities. 

Painting war brings international controversy to tunnel

Messages hailed Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement, asserted Tibet and Taiwan's autonomy, and called for an end to human rights violations against Uighurs. 

Shotokan appeals to ACJC over debt, SAAC

Pecoraro said the debt should not be waived, as “the student activities fee that you and I pay should not be used to pay back a deficit.”

Senate Summary: OnePrice, Gold Line petition

Nov. 18’s SA senate meeting included a presentation for OnePrice, updates on the Gold Line petition, updates on intramural changes, and the passage of motions to appoint new Legislative Advisors.

Petition calls for an earlier Gold Line

The petition, initially submitted by junior Zdenek Vitesnik, states that its purpose is to “bring attention to the fact that there is no transportation for students between Riverview and the River Campus before 7:00am,” as there are “many students in Riverview who have either athletic practices or work starting at 7:00.”

URMC to pay $3 million for privacy violation

URMC will pay a $3 million penalty to the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office for Civil Rights. 

Cornell researcher presents on prehispanic Andean tombs

The students and faculty who filled the room were there to learn about chullpas, above-ground Andean tombs that housed mummies.

Princeton Professor, CNN Analyst Zelizer discusses Trump, bipartisanship

Julian Zelizer, a history professor and CNN political analyst, emphasized the Trump presidency not as a cause, but a product of the deep partisan polarization of American politics today.

Uighurs testify on persecution in China

Composed of personal testimonies from three Uighur women, an Oct. 26 event hosted by UR College Republicans gave students a…

Dean Rossi calls off Philharmonia China tour

The decision is a reversal for Rossi, who at announced last week that the orchestra would proceed with the tour, even though three South Korean members couldn't go.