Tagged - Administration

A year later, recognizing Lunar New Year

No longer will observing students be forced to either run the risk of missing a crucial lecture or lab — or dutifully attend class and miss out on their most significant cultural festivity of the year.

Dean Burns stepping down after 15 years as Dean of Students

After 15 years spent working as “your Dean of Students,” Dean Matthew Burns will be stepping down from his position in June. 

Censored: CT pushed from Public Safety coverage

Any process relating to the DPS — the University’s private, hardly-accountable policing system — needs to be brought into the public awareness.

College Diversity Roundtable discusses conduct policy changes, Bias-Related Incident Report, world events messaging

The College Diversity Roundtable discussed code of conduct changes, the upcoming Bias-Related Incident Report, and administrative messaging about world events at their first meeting of the year.

UR’s housing crisis, analyzed

UR’s housing problem is not new. Now, with students scrambling for housing, administration is left with limited options.

New guidelines for campus as in-person classes resume

UR is trying to shift most aspects of university life back to campus, with a modified hybrid model requiring professors to accommodate students in isolation or quarantine, but prioritizing masked, in-person learning. 

Students react to January classes moving online, guidance to remain off-campus

Many students voiced their thoughts about the decision on social media and in interviews with the Campus Times.

Meliora shouldn’t be toxic

Starting in fall of 2022, there is a hard 24-credit cap on overloading, and students must explain why an overload of any amount is necessary.

The University’s tone deaf response to burnout

These efforts aren’t just unhelpful, but actively mocking the issues students are facing.

URAC town hall discusses student demands, future meeting with Mangelsdorf

“Everyone here has a purpose,” Agyare-Kumi said. “But we need to come together.”