Much of the United States is in mourning for former president George H.W. Bush who passed away on Friday Nov. 30. Many have taken to praising him, selectively forgetting all the lives lost due to his administration’s shortcomings.
American worker culture toxically couples the fetishization of expertise with an undermining—or even delegitimization—of youth and so-called “unskilled” labor.
The Lamron published an article on Nov. 15 about allegations of an inappropriate relationship between a former Geneseo student and a current history professor. The article sparked multiple conversations about sexual harassment, student-professor relationships and the precedent The Lamron has set .
The Lamron’s Nov. 15 article that reported allegations regarding an improper relationship between a former Geneseo student and professor of history Emilye Crosby.
The Lamron published an article on Nov. 15 that shed light on allegations of an inappropriate relationship between a professor and a former student. Since then, a large portion of the student body has demanded the professor resign and some have even taken to boycotting her classes.
Ariana Grande released the music video for her already record-breaking hit, “thank u, next” on Friday Nov. 30. In just under 22 hours, the much-anticipated video destroyed YouTube’s record for most views within the first 24 hours of release, according to Variety.
Thanks to advocacy after the spring launch of SUNY’s No Student Goes Hungry Program and her international student Udeshi Seneviratne’s Geneseo Speaks petition that met its signature threshold in less than a day, the situation of food insecurity and immobility for international students over extended breaks has become a topic of concern around campus. As winter break approaches, Student Coalition for Migrant Workers has the following to say:
By the end of Nov. 6, the midterm elections seemed like neither a blue wave nor a red tide. Instead, observers waded into a murky pool of doubt as vote totals slowly came in.
Last year, a religious group was rumored to have aggressively attempted to recruit students on campus. At least one of these alleged incidents occurred in an academic building where a student was approached around 9 p.m. in the Integrated Science Center. Either way, non-students can access academic buildings as late as students can.