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Gender commission calls for involvement

“[Often,] part of the reason we don’t have equity at the faculty level is because we didn’t have [it] at the undergrad or the grad level.”

DPS Update for 9/24

Public Safety updates summarized for the week.

UR Alert’s importance to university safety

Bujak, who has been in the field of emergency management for 20 years, believes in building a “culture of preparedness” wherever he goes.

Student finds worm in salad at Douglass

Chen, who found the worm after getting through most of his meal, said, “It’s pretty disgusting, you have to admit.”

SA Meeting Summary: 9/10

Last Monday, the SA discussed a need for more engagement with President Richard Feldman, a new system for class registration, and the Legislative Committee’s respective current projects and activities.

Musician, attorney talks issues and self-love at iZone

Now though, Ponder said she does not rely on others’ approval of others to measure self-worth. At the end of the event, Ponder sang her song “Three Word Revolution.” The three-word revolution, Ponder said in introducing the song, is “I love myself.”

DPS update for 9/9/18

Public safety announcements for the week.

Student karaoke night embraces languages

The evening began on a high note with several people volunteering to sing in foreign languages. Even for people who did not speak those languages, many students agreed it was eye-opening to be amid the diversity the different languages brought.

Student town hall calls for progressive president

Student expectations of the next president included a willingness to be responsive and accessible to UR’s community, as well as developing further connections to the surrounding Rochester community.

Massage chairs garner positive uncertainty

Several students said they were planning to use the chairs frequently, in moments of stress or bodily pain, but others seemed more hesitant, calling them an unnecessary luxury.