Strict requirements for campus housing detailed in dean’s email
Students cannot stay on the AS&E campus unless they face travel restrictions, housing insecurity, or come from a country with a severe COVID-19 risk.
Updates on changes to food, housing, and other services
Dining locations are take-out only, and students are expected to leave once they’ve picked up food and paid. Use of reusable cups and clamshells is halted.
Undergrads asked to remain off-campus, classes to move online for semester
Classes will be held online for the rest of the semester, and spring break will be extended for two days to prepare for online classes.
UR restricts sponsored travel in latest coronavirus announcement
UR events must be limited to 100 people, UR Communications said. Athletic contests will continue, but without spectators.
Burgett Intercultural Center
At event on ‘Hands up’ photo, calls for action and healing
Group Three said that there should be racial sensitivity training in the UR curriculum. “It can’t just be an optional program,” said a staff member.
Coronavirus testing for local patient as UR braces for outbreak’s impact
Monroe County's Public Health Commissioner told reporters Wednesday this is not a confirmed case of COVID-19 or of the coronavirus that causes it.
Art and Music Library
Student mimicking ‘Hands up’ pose sparks online outrage
The painting depicts a man in a “Hands up, don’t shoot” position, surrounded by text from the 2018 proposal to arm some Public Safety officers.
all gender restrooms
SA all-gender restroom report emphasizes inclusion, accessibility
“It really bothers me to be questioned why I am in the girl’s bathroom, when I am a girl,” one testimonial in the report reads.
Senate Summary Feb. 24 2020: Education ROC, housing lottery
The SA meeting for Feb. 24, 2020 included a presentation on Education ROC, updates on the housing lottery, and a discussion of the initiative to make SAD lamps available to the UR community.