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Wednesday, May 27, 2020

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Over 500 students, faculty members and staff members gathered in the Tyler Haynes Commons at “No Room for Hate,” a community meeting called in response to the recent racist incidents on campus and what many called a “long-running culture” of racism. The event took place on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020. 
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GALLERY: Hundreds gather for community meeting to speak about racism on campus

Over 500 students, faculty members and staff members gathered in the Tyler Haynes Commons at “No Room for Hate,” a community meeting called in response to the recent racist incidents on campus and what many called a “long-running culture” of racism. The event took place on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020. 


The Clothesline Project was featured in the Gottwald Center for the Sciences atrium on Tuesday, April 2. The project is meant to be a visual reminder of the sexual violence, incest and domestic violence that exists in the community. It also gives a voice to survivors and sparks discussion about these issues on UR's campus.
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GALLERY: Clothesline Project

The Clothesline Project was featured in the Gottwald Center for the Sciences atrium on Tuesday, April 2. The project is meant to be a visual reminder of the sexual violence, incest and domestic violence that exists in the community. It also gives a voice to survivors and sparks discussion about these issues on UR's campus.


Block Crew is an annual dance showcase at the Pier in Tyler Haynes Commons. Block Crew performed this year on the evening of Saturday April 14, 2018.
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Block Crew Showcase Gallery

Block Crew is an annual dance showcase at the Pier in Tyler Haynes Commons. Block Crew performed this year on the evening of Saturday April 14, 2018.


On March 24, people of all ages gathered in Washington D.C. for the March for Our Lives, a rally protesting gun violence. Students from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school organized the rally in response to the shooting at their school that left 17 dead.The Collegian asked a handful of attendees why they came. These are their responses. 
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March for Our Lives: The Marchers

On March 24, people of all ages gathered in Washington D.C. for the March for Our Lives, a rally protesting gun violence. Students from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school organized the rally in response to the shooting at their school that left 17 dead.The Collegian asked a handful of attendees why they came. These are their responses. 


On March 24, people of all ages gathered in Washington D.C. for the March for Our Lives, a rally protesting gun violence. Students from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school organized the rally in response to the shooting at their school that left 17 dead.  The Collegian asked a handful of attendees why they came. These are their responses. 
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Katherine Schulte, Stephanie Hagan

On March 24, people of all ages gathered in Washington D.C. for the March for Our Lives, a rally protesting gun violence. Students from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school organized the rally in response to the shooting at their school that left 17 dead. The Collegian asked a handful of attendees why they came. These are their responses.