Archives - Elena Bachmann

The Clothesline Project gives a voice to the unheard

The Clothesline Project was started in 1990 when founder Carol Chichetto hung a clothesline with 31 shirts designed by survivors of domestic abuse, rape, and childhood sexual assault.

The AI Divide: Creating a New Class System in Education

The conversation around AI in education isn't just about technology; it's about fairness and opportunity.

Passio Go! shuttle-tracker launches with big bug problems

The University’s transition from TransLoc to Passio GO! for tracking shuttles has sparked significant conversation in the UR community. 

Take snow prisoners: I will murder you in a snowball fight

My snowball-induced reign of terror left me in a social tundra of my own creation, surrounded by icy silence and the accusatory stares of melting snowmen.

Jewish Voice for Peace observes Tu B’Schvat in solidarity with Palestinians

Jewish Voice for Peace held their first public event Jan. 21 to express horror at the tragedies occurring in Palestine, JVP told the CT.

Student arrested at pro-Palestine gathering pleads not guilty

Senior Nadia Tolosa pled not guilty to charges after she struck a Public Safety officer who grabbed her wrist at a pro-Palestine gathering on Dec. 11.

Sophomore Joey Stempien starts small with his big band

Every Thursday of this semester, you can hunt down sophomore Joey Stempien and his friends at the East Avenue restaurant (and well-known college student sustenance staple) Stromboli’s.

Climate catastrophe? No, says University professor

A GIF of the Wicked Witch of the West from “The Wizard of Oz” saying “I’ll get you, my pretty,…

Note for Nadia: I love being socialized

I welcome you to form your own as you follow along through some choice excerpts of Pentolino’s “I love being a woman” with me.