Over 200 students and 100 spectators turned out for a dodgeball tournament held at the Goergen Athletic Center on Sunday.”The tournament was well-organized and the games were intense,” freshman Noah Bennett said.Resident Advisers and D’Lions in upper Susan B. Anthony Residence Hall helped to organize the event with sponsorship from Dean of The College William Green, Dean of Students Jody Asbury, Students’ Association Appropriations Committee, Campus Activities Board, Associate Director of Residential Life Dan Watts and Interim Director of Residential Life Laurel Contomanolis.Twenty teams took part in the tournament, which was open to any teams of six to ten members. The participants ranged from freshmen to upperclassmen.The halftime performance that featured the Midnight Ramblers, the Yellowjackets, Vocal Point, In Between the Lines, UR Hip-Hop and the Bhangra Team.The players came back on the court to play the final game, where the freshman team “Hoosier Daddy” squared off against Delta Upsilon’s upperclassman team. Asbury and professor Gerald Gamm refereed the game as the crowd watched the deciding match.The freshmen claimed the victory and took home the highly coveted “Can’t dodge these balls” T-shirt.”It truly was awesome to see all of the hard work by the Sue B. Upper RA Staff and the D’Lion Organization come together,” RA and junior Efram Slen said. “We look forward to running this program again in the future.”Senate elects Webmaster, freshman Peter AndrewsOn Monday, the Students’ Association Senate voted on the appointment of freshman Peter Andrews as Webmaster, member of the communications committee and an aide to the president’s cabinet. “Peter was one of five applicants that were all qualified,” SA President and senior Matt Goldblatt said.The goal for the new webmaster is to update the current site and to make improvements to the entire system, with the hope of making it customized to each user. The revamped site will have a new layout so that each student will be able to log into their own personal account with the Student Activities Office and view a calendar with an updated list of the SA events. This process is expected to take a few months. Andrews’ official contract is under negotiation with the communications committee. Also during the meeting, there was a discussion on how to best get the voice of the student body heard and represented through the senate as effectively as possible.New committee meets for first timeThe Committee on Examining and Evaluating Student Engagements, Opportunities and Social Atmosphere on Campus, led by Students’ Association Vice President and senior Katherine DelBalso, met Wednesday night for the first time. While exactly how the mission of the ad-hoc committee of the SA will be executed has yet to be decided, methods the group plans to implement include a survey and focus groups. “The goal is to have the first ever student- generated theory on what students are engaged in outside the classroom,” Goldblatt said. “The aim of the committee is to really find out what students’ thoughts are in regards to campus life outside of academics.”Reporting by Martin Fernandez, Bonnie Jarrett and Andrew Bruml.



Israel Week promotes nationalism within our Jewish life on campus

The purpose and effect of hosting an “Israel Week” is to distract from and distort the historical and contemporary realities of Israeli occupation and apartheid.

Colin’s Review Rundown: Future and Metro Boomin, Lizzy McAlpine, Benson Boone, Civerous

Is it bad? Definitely not! But I found myself continually checking my phone to see how many tracks were left.

An open letter to all members of any university community

I strongly oppose the proposed divestment resolution. This resolution is nothing more than another ugly manifestation of antisemitism at the University.