Tagged - COVID-19

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.

My plea to you: Get vaccinated

People who are eligible to get the vaccine have a moral obligation to do so. 

UHS cancels J&J vaccine clinic

The announcement came in an email from University Communications at 8 a.m., about 30 minutes before the first dose was to be administered.

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?

2021 Commencement to be hybrid

The commencement events will be held in person on May 14-16 and 21-23 for eligible graduates, faculty, and staff. Family and friends will not be allowed to attend, but all of the events will be live-streamed online for family and friends to view.

What’s actually happening with the U.S. vaccine stockpile

At the moment, in terms of sharing actual doses, the U.S. doesn’t have the necessary surplus to do so.

Muskaan’s Musings: How can we shake burnout?

The new normal just isn’t working.

The new guest policy matters a lot to an important campus minority

This policy doesn’t change much for that large group of students who don’t care what the rules are.

University announces tentative relaxation of no-visitor policy

A pilot program allowing students to have a maximum of one masked visitor in their dorm is slated to begin March 15, pending compliance with COVID-19 guidelines.