In January, the university launched its very own Walk Her Home resident student organization (RSO), inspired by the parent Walk Her Home charity organization that strives to fight human sex trafficking and sexual exploitation in the United States. Courtesy of Walk Her Home RSO/THE REVIEW
Yesterday, the university announced that they will be resuming in-person dining on campus as of 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 17. This includes all campus dining halls and food courts in both the Trabant and Perkins Student Centers.
University President Dennis Assanis, who joined the university in 2016 as the 28th president, will continue his position for five more years. The university’s Board of Trustees announced yesterday that they will be extending Assanis’ contract till 2026.
One of the added benefits of bringing a karaoke bar to campus is having a piece of home available to students that might miss it the most. In Mandarin, the pronunciation of Hsiang is both “enjoy” and “miss.”
Following his departure from Washington, D.C. in 2017, Biden and the university announced a partnership to form the Biden Institute, a research institute dedicated to policy discussion and advancement of several issues, including criminal justice, civil rights, women’s rights, environmental reform and more.