CHEERS to SA’s creation of a minority student cabinet position, which could magnify historically silenced voices.
JEERS to the administration’s lack of response to student needs regarding the construction of new spaces on campus.
CHEERS to the Douglass dessert section for adding much needed sweetness, both dietary and from the dining staff, to our busy schedules.
JEERS to the interminable Douglass pasta line.
CHEERS to SA for creating a structured space for the concerns of international students with the creation of the International Student Affairs Committee.
JEERS to the questionably frequent leaf-blowing operation around campus. Let fall exist.
CHEERS to the finally-changed foliage.
JEERS to the pre-5 P.M. sunsets and the fact that we still abide by daylight savings time.
CHEERS to the return of The New York Times on campus, even if there are fewer than before. Though we can access the Times with the University’s academic passes, those don’t come with the free crosswords students seek out in the print issues.
CHEERS to it finally feeling like fall in Rochester.
JEERS to the sudden, biting cold, and to the hot, dry, and faintly pungent tunnels.
CHEERS to snacks.
JEERS to the Stacks.
CHEERS to Thanksgiving break approaching.
JEERS to tests scheduled for the day after break ends.
CHEERS to bus drivers who make sure students are safely on their way down sidewalks at night.
JEERS to the times students run to catch the bus but are unable to catch the eye of the bus driver, and are resigned to waiting or using their legs for transportation.
CHEERS to woke Eminem.
JEERS to elderly Eminem’s dulled musical sensibility

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.

Zumba in medicine, the unexpected crossover

Each year at URMC, a new cohort of unsuspecting pediatrics residents get a crash course. “There are no mistakes in Zumba,” Gellin says.

Dinner for Peace was an unconventional way of protesting for Palestine

The dinner showcased aspects of Palestinian culture. It was a unique way of protesting against the genocide, against the Israeli occupation, against the university’s involvement with the genocide.