Tagged - SA

2020 SA presidential debate highlights

In UR’s first-ever SA presidential debate over Zoom, juniors Justyna Gorka and Marc Haddad emphasized government reform and community outreach,…

Effective student government is a two-way street

The ball is in both courts — it’s on the student government to represent us properly, but it’s also on us to tell them what we want and need.

Open letter reflecting on the Tibet controversy

On all sides, students have been harmed and felt targeted. Moving forward, we all need to do better, including us as your student representatives.

Statement from Ed Board on a certain SA email

It’s not feasible to expect every single senator to have a hand in writing the email. But it’s reasonable to expect senators to get a heads up, and be able to approve or deny the email. 

DPS to form student advisory board

The Department of Public Safety is forming a student advisory board, giving UR students a voice in the University’s law…

As semester begins, Dining and SA updates

From Starbucks’ new look to Grubhub’s Tapingo takeover, a lot has changed for this school year. The Campus Times sat…

SA passes free printing

Undergraduates will have 100 free pages of printing credit starting in the 2019 fall semester, the result of a collaboration…

SA meeting summary: 10/9/18

SA also discussed how many female students have complained about being kicked out of the Athletics Center for wearing sports bras.

SA should keep us up to the minute

If you go on SA’s website and look for senate and committee minutes from their meetings, you’ll find very few documents from this semester.

SA meeting summary: 9/24

On the student-life side of things, a petition is in early stages that will attempt to make new resources available for grieving students.