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SA Summary: Student retention and accessibility

The Jan. 27 SA senate meeting included a presentation on retaining students struggling due to a lack of accommodations and updates on UR Student.

Wheelchair lift soon to see changes

The notoriously unreliable wheelchair lift in the Common Connection office in Wilson Commons should be replaced by the week’s end.

Winterfest Weekend: What you missed

For those who couldn't make it to the Winterfest activities last weekend, the Campus Times has assembled a visual guide to the fun. 

UR officials deny coronavirus rumors

The rumors about the disease — which has been given the name novel coronavirus — came just over a week after students returned to UR from winter break.

For Iranian UR students, overseas tensions take a toll

“All of this fear that I’ve had for 10 years or more,” one student remembered thinking, “all of the nightmare is happening tonight.”

In MLK address, Princeton scholar urges a complete memory of King

“Something has died,” Princeton scholar Eddie S. Glaude said. “But the ghost will not leave us alone."

Puerto Rican Student Organization speaks on earthquakes

“We’re talking about 3.5 million American citizens that in a matter of minutes were left in the dark,” junior and PRSO president Brian Basu Perez said.

Dining updates: A new coffee shop

“Student feedback drives change for us,” Director of Campus Dining Services Cam Schauf said.

Enhanced lights for Public Safety vehicles

These lights offer constant illumination around the vehicle in the familiar blue-and-red of law enforcement.

Following petition, Gold Line starts at 6:30 a.m.

Months after a petition called for an earlier UR shuttle from Riverview, the Gold Line will now run from 6:30 a.m.