Tagged - COVID-19

“Fellowship” premieres after years of COVID-19 setbacks

UR’s International Theatre Program premiered their new show “Fellowship” at Sloan Theater on Sept. 29. The show exhibits the interpersonal conflicts between four women of color as they navigate a liberally-sensitive workplace.

New semester brings new COVID-19 guidelines

The new semester comes with new COVID-19 guidelines as the University has adopted a more flexible approach to River Campus…
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Indoor masking mandate reinstated on University campuses

This morning, students woke to an email announcing that UR has reinstated an indoor mask mandate following a surge in on campus cases.

COVID-19 cases spike on campus

At least 132 River Campus students have reported positive COVID-19 cases during the past two weeks, filling Whipple Park’s isolation…

Letter to the Editor: Medical racism

I believe in vaccines. I believe in the COVID-19 vaccine. Yet, I think people who present allergic reactions should be exempted. People like me.

In-person learning is now mandatory 

According to Runner, in-person learning will now be required for all students, and “[s]tudents will not be allowed to learn remotely for any longer time period.”

2022 Commencement to be in-person

Due to the pandemic, all in-person traditions have been postponed or significantly altered until now.

COVID is my normal

I first knew that COVID-19 would define my time in college in an iZone conference room, of all places.

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.

Publications and pandemics

We had finally adjusted to the new “normal”. And then it changed once again.