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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.

Miller’s Court discusses gerrymandering, wedding cakes, and free speech

The freewheeling symposium drew a full house in Strong Auditorium and featured a cast of five legal heavyweights.

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.

SA plows ahead after constitutional flub

The former decision would have resulted in SA needing to vote again on all motions made this semester.

At Sex in the Dark, nameless questions answered

“How do you cope with being a side bae?” was a crowd favorite.

IT scraps half of its computers in iZone revamp

It’s one byproduct of the revamping of the center’s old space, which is slated to become the iZone, an entrepreneurship workplace, next fall.

In constitutional flub, SA Senate erases everything it’s done this semester

Nothing SA Senate has done this semester has counted. That was the announcement All-Campus Judicial Council Chief Justice Madeline Blackburn…

Faculty fear the Jaeger Effect

Many professors are worried prospective students and faculty will be put off by UR’s handling of the claims against their colleague T. Florian Jaeger.