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Pre-summer break cheers and jeers

Cheers to the Campus Times going almost completely digital. Jeers to no one reading the Campus Times anyway.

Why student journalism matters

The Campus Times has been around since 1873. Since then, we have stood as an avenue for members of the UR community to talk about what really matters to them and to learn about things they might never have considered before. We inform, entertain, and hold accountable.

Feldman makes progress, but be wary

Deadlines for implementing sexual misconduct policy changes have crept up, but they haven’t all been met. A new diversity and equity office hasn’t been created yet, and the reassignment of cabinet-level administrators hasn’t been done.

Make sure to vote

On March 29, SA President Jordan Smith informed the student body through an email of the policy recommendations of the “Task Force on Gender-Specific Student Organizations.” Since then, the recommendations have provoked impassioned responses from many students and groups.

Thank you, Louise Slaughter

Trailblazing Congresswoman Louise Slaughter, whose funeral service was attended by nearly 2,000 people this Friday at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, contributed significantly to UR in her 31-year tenure as a representative.

With secret vote on Equestrian’s future, SA Government betrayed the public’s trust

Accountability within SA Government is a pipe dream.

The fatal flaw in SA’s new transparency bill

There’s a piece of legislation that’s just made its way through the SA Government system, and it’s about transparency.

Let’s hope Feldman stays on the path

Richard Feldman, when he takes over as UR’s president later this month, will spend the majority of his interim tenure trying to repair UR’s reputation and to regain this community’s trust after last semester’s fumbling of campus outrage over how sexual misconduct is investigated here.

Seligman was right to step down

By any realistic standard, it’s clear that Seligman would not have been able to continue leading UR.

UR can’t skimp on the basics

A parking garage wouldn’t be as flashy a thing to have your name on, but it would sure make a lot of people’s lives easier.