JEERS to UR Parking — You’re still too expensive and just too darn mean.
JEERS for the lack of wireless Internet that still exists in Hill Court and Towers residences. It is high time for the entire campus to join the rest of the modern world and provide wireless access to all students.
JEERS to UR administration for not informing students in an adequate manner about Melissa Hoke’s bus accident. The Weekly Buzz e-mail was not sufficient — it should have been sent as a separate security update.
JEERS to the bar party committee and UR Security for a lack of transparency and openness with regards to incidents involving pepper spray at a Halloween bar party. Students should have been informed of the facts and circumstances surrounding these events, rather than hearing them through the rumor mill.
JEERS to the cash registers in dining areas for not telling students how many clubs they have left. One day we’re happily clubbing everything in sight — and the next day we’re broke.
JEERS to Dining Services for adding primarily unhealthy food to the menu. True,  we love the milkshakes, but  a lack of a variety of healthy choices may make it much harder to watch our figures.
JEERS to the reduced capacity in Douglass and the smaller Boar’s Head Dinner that has resulted. Everyone should get to participate in this campus tradition.
JEERS to Four Loko being banned. Now how we will get “loco?”
JEERS to the lack of plain soy milk bottles at dining establishments on campus. No one wants to put chocoloate or vanilla soy milk on their cereal.

New academic accommodations announced for Lunar New Year

Faculty members have been informed to give proper academic accommodations to students celebrating the Lunar New Year.

Understanding our complicity in white supremacy with Dr. Belew

Dr. Belew reminds us all that understanding our involvement in the perpetuation of white supremacy is the first step in creating social change.

‘Striking Power’: the truth behind the broken noses of Ancient Egyptian sculptures

The exhibit examines the patterns of damage inflicted on works of art for political, religious, and criminal reasons — the results of organized campaigns of destruction.