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Bobby Ukrop has resigned from the Board of Trustees, with those close to the situation citing lack of transparency in the soccer and track cuts as the reason.
Freshman RCSGA senator Harry Lambert talks about comments he made posted in a recent article about President Ayers and discusses his goals for UR’s future.
URPD’s Chief of Police sets the record straight on why officers on his staff originally told students protestors to leave the third floor of the Commons.
Despite board member Bobby Ukrop’s presentation at Friday’s Board of Trustees meeting, no additional vote was made on the cutting of men’s soccer and track.
Bobby Ukrop will present the UR Board of Trustees with an argument in favor of reinstating the men’s soccer and track teams at Friday’s board meeting.
The Beta Beta chapter of Kappa Sigma, which has been active at UR since 1898, lost its national charter on Tuesday. It will have 30 days from then to appeal.
Tripp Wellde, a 2006 graduate, was one of Obama’s youngest state directors. He worked as the campaign manager for the swing state of Wisconsin.
David Dean, an economics professor, was diagnosed with lymphoma earlier this year. His friends shaved their heads in support, and played the basketball game to support Dean.
Brothers of Lambda Chi Alpha helped LXA alumnus Jim Mims with outdoor chores as a way to give back to the community and show the lifetime bond of brotherhood.
Contributor Yazmeen Nunez sheds light on the University’s social movements, and implores students to get involved in causes they care about.