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Senate closes out year with committee reports, elections
On Thursday, April 27, the 2022-2023 Undergraduate Student Senate met for the last time to give committee reports and vote on their executive committee for the next year. They also heard a Special Allocations request.News | May 1, 2023
Men’s, women’s tennis earn fifth places at UAA tennis championships
Men’s TennisSports | May 1, 2023
Researchers examine causes, effects of ghosting behavior
With the rise of cellular communication, it’s easier than ever to talk to others. However, it’s also easier than ever to ignore them. When communication ends with someone without explanation, it’s called “ghosting.” Though it’s more likely to happen in romantic relationships, it also happens in friendships as well.SciTech | May 1, 2023
Undergraduate Senate, GSA hold annual joint ratification meeting
On Wednesday, April 19, the Undergraduate Student Senate and the Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) met in Tepper Simmons Auditorium for their annual Joint Ratification Meeting (JRM). The JRM is a once-a-year meeting where the two student government bodies meet to approve the results of the student elections and budgets from the activities fee.
Climate Action ResolutionNews | April 24, 2023
Novel-tea: Can you really show me the world?
I recently finished “Rabbits” by Terry Miles, a book that was just good enough to make me binge-read it. I would describe it as a better "Ready Player One" with 100 percent less misogyny. While I wouldn't call it “genre-defining,” it was a pretty good modern science-fiction book that leans into many different sci-fi topics...Forum | April 17, 2023