Tagged - COVID-19

It’s time to keep our heads down (and masks on)

Let’s focus on what we can change, and channel our efforts into pushing for improvements that are possible.

Where’d all the time go?

Our lives are just about to begin, but in order for that to happen, our days of semi-reckless freedom must end.

COVID-19 updates: Cases rise in time for student arrival 

As the Delta variant spreads and students return to campus, new COVID-19 school-wide policies have been put in place for…

COVID-19 variants to form new fraternity

COVID Delta Lambda hopes to change the college experience for anyone attempting to get an education in the next decade (or eternity).

Students required to be vaccinated for COVID-19 for upcoming academic year

All undergraduate and graduate students will be required to get COVID-19 vaccinations before they arrive on campus for the upcoming…

Student burnout was a big deal this past spring

After two and a half semesters of Zoom-education, UR students are ready for a change of pace. To be clear, UR students are no stranger to burnout, but it has been particularly different this past year due to the academic conditions, global pandemic, and a challenging social climate. 

Ed Board recommends: Fun ways to ignore your problems

To celebrate what feels like the end of a year in isolation, the Editorial Board wanted to give a shout-out to the activities and entertainment that got us out of our heads while we were stuck in our homes.

Students required to be vaccinated for COVID-19 for upcoming academic year

On April 23, the University announced that it will require all students who will set foot on campus “to have received an approved vaccine by August 1, 2021.” 

Next year, SA has more opportunities than ever before to make change

UR is in a unique state of unrest, where issues that would normally take years of effort and lobbying and endless committee-forming have the opportunity to be fast-tracked.

The University’s tone deaf response to burnout

These efforts aren’t just unhelpful, but actively mocking the issues students are facing.