Chris Kuo is a Trinity senior and a staff reporter for The Chronicle's 118th volume. He was previously enterprise editor for Volume 117.
“Sometimes I can make it through part of the day and sort of push it out of my mind for a few minutes, but it always comes back,” Upchurch said. “It’s slightly better each day, but only slightly.”
“I have truly given the past three plus years to this institution, not only to serving my fellow peers but to serving our university as a whole. I think it’s very gratifying work, it’s very important work, and it’s work that I’d love to continue,” Majmudar said.
Gesinsky’s platform has three pillars: community, clarity and communication. She wants to be a president that is "down to earth and accessible, who’s willing to just be on the ground and talk to students."
“And the 12 Divinity students are not taking care of the four core residents and our daughter. They’re friends, and that’s a magnificent thing.”
"The stories that she can tell, the understanding that she has of the rhythm of the city, how the rhythm of the city has changed over time, she’s watched it cycle through success and failure and dark times and bright times. She really is a living oral history of the city.”
Only 20% of Black female faculty who were surveyed and 23% of Hispanic female faculty “somewhat or strongly” agreed with the statement: “I feel that the climate and opportunities for minority faculty in my department/unit are as least as good as those for nonminority faculty.”
The new undergraduate course evaluation form has 12 questions, a new section for teaching assistant evaluations and a new preamble that will be intended to help students understand the purpose behind the evaluations and to commit to limiting their biases. The Council also heard a proposal for a new certificate program called Digital Intelligence.
“It’s a small, dense stadium—that’s what makes it great. But that’s also not ideal in this situation,” said Associate Professor of Medicine Cameron Wolfe. “We’ve already been going back and reevaluating the ventilation system."
Some who tested positive were told they had to stay in their dorm rooms for the night because Student Health was too busy.