Justin TromblySenior Staff
Class of 2018
Justin Trombly is a senior majoring in English and Political Science from Chazy, NY. He was an opinions and then a managing editor for the Campus Times before beginning as editor-in-chief in January 2017. He's interned with the Plattsburgh Press-Republican, the Glens Falls Post-Star, and The Buffalo News, all in upstate New York. After graduation, he'll be spending 12 weeks with the Tampa Bay Times, the largest paper in Florida.
Fresh alumni unable to identify any building on campus amid UR construction
The alumni strolled around campus, reminiscing about the way campus used to be. "Seems like I can't find a single building that was here when I was a student," one said. They had graduated just one week ago.
Gil and Holtz win uncontested SA election
Gil and Holtz plan to spend the rest of the semester laying the groundwork for their return in the fall. And once that comes around, one of their first goals will be to meet with a representative of every group on campus “to express their concerns and to see what they want to get out of SA,” said Holtz.
SA puts out plan to keep gendered clubs affiliated, draws criticism
The task force, co-chaired by SA President Jordan Smith and Associate Dean of Students Anne-Marie Algier, was created to address last year’s All-Campus Judicial Council ruling that gendered, SA-affiliated groups were unconstitutional. The decision, which was supported by LGBT advocates on campus, brought into question whether some club sports, a capella, and Greek organizations would survive.
Tyler, the Creator, Vince Staples explore isolation, paranoia, and Wegmans
Tyler, the Creator fucks with Wegmans. “Y’all aint got shit, but goddamn, y’all got the greatest grocery store I’ve ever…
After SA Senate vote, Equestrian Team future uncertain
A single vote by an SA senator might mean the end for one of the oldest club sports teams on campus.
Feldman, set to take on presidency, plans for the future
Feldman said an official website should be live soon with information about the recommendations from the recent special investigation report on UR’s handling of the Jaeger case.
White investigators broke confidentiality agreements with witnesses
When the investigation materials were first made public, several documents contained witnesses’ real names.