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What is the Faculty Senate? The Hustler explains
Thanvi Dola • September 24, 2020
The 71-person body of faculty meets every month, and oversees faculty advocacy, resource connection and consultation.
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Rand Dining Center has locked down, and a flyer has been posted on an entrance door to notify students of its closure. (Hustler Staff/Jonathan Liu)
Rand Dining Center temporarily closed after positive COVID-19 test
Jonathan Liu, Staff Writer • September 25, 2020
The dining center is scheduled to reopen for brunch on Saturday, Sept. 26, following deep cleaning and sanitization.
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September 24, 2020

“Cancel culture” is not activism; when you silence debate on campus, you lose the ability to engage in conversations.

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September 23, 2020

One education major’s call to fight against easy answers.

WANG: Remote students, we made the right decision by staying put

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September 23, 2020

Stop mourning over the could-haves, and start cherishing what we have right now—an exciting, albeit different, college experience.

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September 22, 2020

Hypothesizing how educational changes due to social distancing requirements will positively impact colleges and universities in the future.

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