Editorial Boards

Cheers and jeers: Thanksgiving edition

Cheers to 2020 being almost over.

The Campus Times needs your help

We don’t even know what we don’t know. That’s where you come in.

How student turnover halts campus activism

How are students supposed to change that when we’re graduating faster than the University can fire a single sexual harasser?

The day off was an inch. We needed a mile.

We’re tired of administration giving small wins to student activists instead of addressing the underlying issues.

Make a mask a part of your Halloween costume

We’re doing so well keeping our campus open and free from outbreaks, but we’re one unmasked party away from shutting everything down.

Everyone needs a break right now

We 100% support the decision to cancel fall break, but there has to be something to replace it.

Online courses don’t have to be a pain

In a hybrid world, technological aptitude is an important aspect of teaching, and we need Zoom courses to work in order to get our money’s worth.

UR needs to do better on reporting COVID-19 cases

We should not have to read between the lines to know how safe our University is.

YoUR vote matters

This story will stay on our front page until Nov. 3, because the Campus Times believes voting is that important. Yes, you need to protest and show up for causes you care about, but it means nothing without the follow-through. Participate in the democratic systems that facilitate change.

Avenues for student expression are dwindling

When things get hard, the University simply removes the source of the problem, with little discussion or debate around the issue.