Campus

‘They didn’t care’

In a new series: Details about Battaglia’s anxiety and depression medication were considered by the hearing panel, a move that violated the University’s sexual misconduct policy.

In interview, White addresses questions about Levy, independence, and more

Special investigator Mary Jo White explained that most concerns about Levy’s handling of student complaints fell outside the scope of her four-month investigation.

Seligman set to resign; Feldman appointed interim president

Seligman's last day will be Feb. 28, according to the email.

Investigation validates UR handling of Jaeger, with caveats

The report agreed with the University’s initial determination that Jaeger had not violated any policy.

DPS Update for Dec. 11

DEC. 2 Sixty dollars was stolen from a student’s unattended wallet in a Goergen Athletic Center locker room. A student…

Joint initiative plans to expand campus vegetarian options

The initiative seeks to ensure that every student feels comfortable with the meals provided on campus.

UR, Seligman, Clark sued by EEOC complainants

UR and two of its top administrators are being sued in federal court.

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.