Egyptian-born Judaic scholar and activist Hussein Aboubakr discussed his experiences with anti-Semitism and oppression.
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34-year veteran facilities worker Ricardo Rivera passes away at 57.
Chum’s closes for restructuring
Five candidates ran for the vice presidential position, but for all other positions, candidates ran unopposed.
Starting next semester, the University will introduce several new meal plan options for students.
The Senate discussed meal plans at its most recent meeting.
On Sunday, Prof. Anita Hill (Heller) published an article in the Huffington Post stating that she will not be lecturing at the University of Illinois this semester after the escalation of an incident involving the school’s policy toward free speech.According to the article, Hill had agreed nearly a year ago to give two talks this spring at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign—a Chancellor’s Lecture and a keynote address to the Women Faculty of Color in the Academy Conference.
Medical EmergencyMar. 10—University Police received a call concerning a dining services employee who fainted in the Usdan Student Center.
Members of the Al-Quds Student Dialogue Initiative met and spoke with President Lawrence last Tuesday.
Speakers discussed the similarities and differences in affordable housing opportunities in Israel and the United States.
Speakers at the Tillie K. Lubin Symposium discussed the roles of race and gender in rising incarceration rates.
Women’s rights activist Hibaaq Osman discussed the role of women’s rights organizations and movements in the Middle East.
The University faces changes to meal plans and renovations to Sherman Dining Hall and Einstein Bros.
Harvard professor Jill Lepore visited the University on Thursday to discuss the historical reliability of evidence.
The Student Union hosted a forum in which students could share what they want to see in the next president.
Members of the team met with Sheryl Sousa to address their frustration.
Students and faculty discussed Africa’s current issues and possible solutions for implementing change.
Lawrence S. Kanarek ’76 has been chosen as the chairman of the presidential search committee.
Scot Bemis has resigned as the University’s vice president for Human Resources. He will be starting a new position as chief human resources officer at Dartmouth College on April 27, according to Dartmouth’s website.
Senate discusses incidents on campus and presidential search