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Contention Over Graduate Student Unionization Continues

The University and GSU are currently engaged in a legal dispute over whether graduate students should be recognized as workers under the National Labor Relations Act.


May 29, 2017

College Council Votes to Support Unionization Vote

“Their work has been essential to us and this university,” College Council said of graduate students.


May 26, 2017

Rise Slate: Past, Present, Future

As the 2017-2018 Executive Slate, Calvin Cottrell, Chase Harrison, and Sabine Nau have a big job ahead of them. What have they done to prepare for this experience, and what are their plans for the future?



May 16, 2017

UCM Conducts Research on Microbiomes and Premature Infant Care

Neonatologist Erika Claud has been investigating the role of gut microbiomes in preventing necrotizing enterocolitis, a common bowel disorder in premature infants.


May 15, 2017

College Republicans Vote to Elect Club President Today

Matthew Foldi is running for reelection and a third term, but he has a challenger this year—Josh Parks, who is a more vocal supporter of President Donald Trump.


May 4, 2017

SG Passes Budget Cutting NYT Readership, Uncommon Fund

The SG Assembly passed the proposed budget on Monday evening.


April 22, 2017

The State of Unionization

Graduate students weigh in on pros, cons.


March 30, 2017

College Introduces Signature Courses

The College announced this week that it will offer a number of large lecture classes for students to explore disciplines outside their majors called “signature courses.”


February 28, 2017


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New Year, New House: FIJI Moves In

FIJI Alumnus Bernard DelGiorno was a major contributor to the fraternity house's multi-million dollar renovation.


January 19, 2017

Journalists Gather to Discuss Trump Temperament

With just over a week remaining before Trump’s inauguration, the IOP brought four leading political journalists together to discuss the future of his administration.


January 15, 2017