Tagged - Students’ Association
SA IMPACT 2.0 aims to highlight student concerns on campus
SA's official petitioning website relaunched earlier this month and will continue to serve as a hub for student concerns.
Neziah Osayi on the importance of financial education
“Sure, it can be once in 10 years, or it can happen the next year,” Osayi said. “But do we want to be in the same position we are today, we are tomorrow? I think not.”
Displaced students weigh in on renters insurance debate
The reality is that floods like the one in Brooks Crossings are random accidents that occur once in a while, and many students were not prepared for an accident of this sort and thus uninsured.
Pennsylvania Gov.-elect Josh Shapiro ’95 first jumped into politics at UR
Before Josh Shapiro ‘95 became Pennsylvania’s governor-elect, he boasted two humbler titles — UR Students’ Association senator and president.
Latin American Studies department resolution passes SA
SA passed a resolution supporting the creation of a Latin American Studies department after hearing speeches from seven student advocates.
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SA solicits input on race-related trainings for faculty
SA released a survey seeking student input on potentially-mandatory race-related training curricula for faculty.
University frustrating you? A new SA survey may help
SA announced a “Campus Life Pain Points Survey” for students to send on-campus frustrations — and positives — to the Campus Life Committee.
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.