Paige McCurdy
Staff Writer
Class of 2025

Articles by Paige

Riseup with Riseman

“I decided to make one for fun — really poor quality — and I put it on my Instagram just to see how people would react," Riseman said.

SA mandates DEI trainings for its officials

The SA Senate passed a bill to mandate Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) training for all of its officials April…

Volunteering to help refugees: Refugee Student Alliance

“Volunteering is for everybody. I think as students we kind of think that the things that we do are so limited, but there’s so many things we can do as students. A lot of these orgs, they love seeing students. That’s what makes our org what it is, we’re a bunch of students just trying to volunteer and help our community.” Thiam said. 

An interview with HermAphrodite, UR’s newest drag performer

“That’s incredibly satisfying for me, to kind of dress bigger and a lot more feminine than I would normally and have people not recognize me even though I’m calling more attention to myself in my opinion,” she explained.

Panel clears the air on cannabis topics

So, what’s going on with weed? The Alcohol and Other Drug Education Program (AOD) hosted a cannabis Q&A panel on…

Mane Event: Loving hair to celebrate Black History Month

The Kearns Center's Mane Event, part of UR's Black History Month programming, intended to help students understand more about hair care.

The Ward Project is cataloging Henry Ward’s taxidermied specimens, letters, and more

The Ward Project is a collection of artifacts and documents associated with Henry Ward and his Natural Science Establishment from the 1800s and 1900s.

Plan to rename shuttle lines gets SA support

The SA senate unanimously passed a statement of support for the renaming of several University shuttle lines Feb. 12. The…

SA’s Mid-Year Report just released. Here are some key takeaways

Here are some key takeaways from SA's Mid-Year Report, with a focus on accomplishments with tangible implications for students.

Pagan Students’ Association: A space for Pagan religious exploration

“The beauty of paganism and ritual within the Pagan perspective is that it is so down to the group,” Pagan Chaplain Sean Watson said.