Tagged - campus

UR Matched: A fresh start to matchmaking on campus

Given the hiatus of UR Marriage Pact, UR Matched aims to full this gap in matchmaking on campus, creating fulfilling relationships amongst students. Despite expectations, UR Matched has been extremely successful, attracting over a hundred applicants.

Letter to the Editor: UR’s love-hate relationship with the 19th Ward

Understanding the Ward’s history as a segregated neighborhood helps explain the way it exists today, with racist bridge fears permeating the University campus.

Remember this pandemic

If I’ve learned anything about CT as Publisher, it’s that when we do our best work, we represent the memory of the student body.

The University’s nonsensical approach to COVID-19 public health policy

Clearly, the school felt that giving people friendship bracelets would satiate their craving for frat parties. But what did it actually accomplish?

Your River Campus bathroom handbook

As a frequent user of bathrooms, it is my sole duty and honor to make you aware of all the best places to do all the best things.

Emails are just the first step

I know University administration understands that a statement of solidarity is not the end of this work.

A review of on-campus upperclassmen housing

You’re going to want to know what you’re getting yourself into when you pick a dorm, and the University’s “all housing is great housing” website descriptions won’t cut it.

We can’t cover campus without the community

You, the University community, are the backbone of this paper.

A response to Dr. Chatbot and student complacency

If we can present it as a fun opportunity rather than one more duty in an already exhausting time, then by all means we should.

Cheers and jeers: Spring reopening

Cheers to not needing to enter a pause. Yet.