In reference to the new dining plan – Why on Earth is this a good idea?

Even if a student living in a particular area would choose a plan similar to the one that will soon be mandated for them, why should any student accept the University denying us that choice?

This is another obvious attempt by the school to milk students for every dollar.

I know from my years living on campus, that I never am able to use up all my Clubs, and now Clubs are going to be forced on students?

Perhaps the strangest part about this whole change is that Dining Services claims that this new plan offers greater flexibility!. Did I miss something here?

These changes are the opposite of flexible, and I urge the rest of the student body to voice their displeasure over this transparent change by Dining Services.

To Cam Schauf and the other administrators in Dining Services: shame on you. Give the students back the choices they deserve.

-Ben Fusco-GessickClass of 2008

SA and Rochester Youth Year showcase efforts at the Community Engagement Fair

“We wanted to facilitate one-to-one contact, and it’s just good to know that people are out here doing the work,” said Witkin.

A letter to the editor: abortion is healthcare

The ethical necessity for abortion is not up for debate. Bodily autonomy and the right to choose whether to carry a pregnancy to term is a human right.

Actual comedy at the Winterfest comedy night

This time, unlike last year’s Winterfest interview with Pete Davidson, each guest performed about a half hour of stand-up comedy with little to no heckling of any kind.