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Committee for Political Engagement hosts vote-by-mail event

The Committee for Political Engagement (CPE) hosted a vote-by-mail event Feb. 7 in order to inform students of their voting…

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 passes resolution supporting New York State Suicide Prevention Act

Pushing for university suicide intervention policies, the SA joined 26 college governments supporting the bill to safeguard student mental health.

Lunar New Year kicks off with cultural showcases, dance show

Feb. 10 marked the first day of the Year of the Dragon. The University held several events to celebrate the…

SA resolution denounces students’ alleged disrespect against River Campus workers

Students' alleged disrespectful acts include smearing excrement on mirrors, making racist remarks towards workers, and more, according to the resolution.

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.

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.

SJP holds first protest of the semester, their largest yet

Around 60 people showed up to rally against the war in Gaza at Students for Justice in Palestine's first protest of the semester Saturday.

Passio Go! shuttle-tracker launches with big bug problems

The University’s transition from TransLoc to Passio GO! for tracking shuttles has sparked significant conversation in the UR community. 

SA leadership starts bi-weekly meetings with PubSafe

SA leaders are now meeting with DPS with the goal of setting up roundtables with student groups about public safety and protest policies.