Archives - Regan Collins
What’s the Buzz? Bross speaks on Bee Campus certification
Becoming Bee Campus certified gives the University more points on the STARS program, which assigns ratings to campuses for their sustainable efforts.
Find X: Identifying humanity in “Homework, Horizons, and Hellscapes”
Underneath the graphs, hidden behind rational squares and plotted timelines, are thousands of unnamed voices, crying out from between x and y.
It’s snow joke: Winterfest comedy night was a success
Audience members were laughing during every set, and each comedian offered an entirely different style that kept the show interesting.
Rivera’s ‘Marisol’ remains frighteningly relevant today
Todd Theatre’s newest production, “Marisol” — which was as disturbing as it was disorienting — is not for the faint of heart. But while some moments were difficult to watch, the surrealist show was a worthwhile, deeply moving, and all-encompassing theatrical experience.
Alexandra Cousteau makes waves in contemporary ocean conservation
In her presentation this past week, Alexandra Cousteau, a world-renowned environmental advocate, offered a glimmer of hope in an age of overwhelming nihilism.
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Art in the Anthropocene: A look at Anna Lussier’s ‘Ecology in Dystopia’
Overall, Lussier’s exhibition is an impressive commentary on the unidimensional approach to environmentalism often seen in modern politics and education.
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To ban or not to ban: The future of plastic bottles at UR
This debate and survey were the first steps to assess the student body’s attitude toward the ban, and they will ultimately influence Dining Services’s decision for or against plastic bottles.