Taking a closer look at campaign funding

With the 2024 presidential campaign underway, polling and delegate counts prove formidable ways of understanding where candidates are in their…

There’s always time for drag: Mrs. Kasha Davis and Aggy Dune visit campus

Growing up, Mrs. Kasha Davis and Aggy Dune didn’t expect to be drag queens. Femininity, and everything associated with it,…

Best Buddies: A club about friendship and inclusivity

Founded in 1987 by Anthony Shriver at Georgetown University, Best Buddies has grown into an international nonprofit comprising a network of chapters dedicated to promoting a more inclusive community for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Behind After Hour’s annual Valentine’s Day serenades

After Hours hopes to remain the only group on campus that holds these holiday-specific performances, as it is now their unique and annual tradition. “We’re the best group to do it, because we’re the sexiest group on campus,” Scharf and Halpern said at the same time.

CT Eats: Win-Jeff Plaza’s hidden gem, Thali of India

Every table is occupied and several groups wait by the door. “I just know this is going to be fire,” declares Senior Staff Writer Marla Litsky, noting the place’s fragrant smells.

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.

CT Eats: Come for the sandwiches, stay for the coffee at Magnolia’s

With their large menu and cozy interior, I can see how Magnolia’s has become a Park Ave staple – even fit for a president.

Students for Israel talk devolves into chaos

Shai DeLuca's talk about his experiences as a gay man in Israel was protested Feb. 6, leading to chaotic exchanges and questionable claims.

In memoriam: Professor Ezra Tawil

The Campus Times invited Professor Ezra Tawil's students and colleagues to share reflections in remembrance of him.

Ultra-popular Mock Trial Timekeeper app was made by UR student

At scrimmages and tournaments, teams’ timekeepers have been using the app — and on the analytics end, the app has over 1,800 downloads.