Archives - Jason Altabet

Here’s the background, and possible effects, of ACJC’s recent ruling

Moving forward, SA will either have to amend its constitution, drag its feet in the ACJC ordered review, or follow through on the order from ACJC in full.

Spring porno plays Trump card

What topic has gotten more attention over the past year than the election of Donald J. Trump?

For many students, UR’s financial aid theories don’t always match reality

The Campus Times spoke with nearly a dozen students, UR officials, and two experts to understand financial aid in practice.

REACH funding has improved, but change is still needed

The Career Center says more than 70 students utilized the program this past summer. With over 5,500 undergraduate students, I think a break into the triple digits is warranted.

Roger Ferguson gives advice for graduates, defends Fed

Current TIAA CEO and former Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Roger Ferguson sits down with the CT.

Norovirus costs climb to six figures as infections drop

UR is spending an estimated $30,000 a day on external cleaning and supplies for their response to the Norovirus outbreak—and that’s only with about a quarter of infected students reporting.

Norovirus hits campus

Statistics from other outbreaks don’t rule out dining-based infection.

Adjuncts move to unionize

The protestors visited Seligman’s office, where they were told the President was not around.

University bumps up tuition

The University announced an increase in tuition of over $1,800, or 3.8 percent, compared to the 2015-16 academic year, alongside a $530 increase in room and board costs.

On the death of Justice Scalia

No one, no matter how politically disengaged, could have possibly missed the last several days of talk regarding the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.