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Albright speaks on technology, foreign policy, political discourse

“Foreign policy affects real people,” Albright said. “There is no way to be totally isolated. We need to understand how much of our lives are dependent […] on other parts of the world.”

Students air grievances with recent SA email in caucus

An Oct. 21 senate meeting anticipated to host debate on the near-removal of the Palestinian flag veered into a heated two-hour discourse scrutinizing an email sent out that morning by SA leadership and UR administration.

UR grad student arrested, charged with sexual abuse

The offenses, which include two felony counts, took place beginning around October 2018, police said.

Amid whistleblower case, Mark Zaid enjoys Mel Weekend

Zaid, a 1989 UR grad who works as a national security attorney, may have just signed onto one of the biggest cases in his career.

Activism stands strong in UR alumni discussions

On Oct. 5, during Meliora Weekend, alumni came to the Sloan Auditorium for a panel discussion on “Campus Activism as…

Facebook and the future of democracy

On Oct. 5, the Politics and Markets Project hosted the “Facebook and the Future of Democracy” event as part of…

CSA president drops appeal against College Republicans

The move effectively ends the student government conflict between College Republicans and CSA.

Senate Summary: Intro to UR Student

UR Student accounts will keep track of each student’s major, minor, and cluster requirements. Students will be able to use this to register for classes.

Video highlights from Mangelsdorf’s inauguration

President Sarah Mangelsdorf was officially inaugurated over Meliora Weekend. Here are our highlights from the ceremony.

Students call for Jaeger’s firing at Mel Weekend protest

As the protesters marched, Meliora Weekend attendees streamed around them. On several occasions, someone would give the protesters a hi-five or a shout of support.