Articles by Joseph Rosales (33)

Arts & Culture

Palestinian hip-hop group raps politics

November 13, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Their sound is as rhythmic and their beats are as catchy as any mainstream U.S. rap group.

University News

Concentration reviews behind schedule

November 3, 2011 Comments are Disabled

With 68 concentrations left to consider, the College Curriculum Council is far behind the Task Force on Undergraduate Education’s 2008 goal of reviewing the standards and usefulness of all academic concentrations by 2011.

University News

WPCs criticize program

October 6, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Reed McNab ’12 said she realized the Women Peer Counselor program was not what she expected on “day one of

University News

Bears Lair bare without machines

September 26, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Sam Williams ’12 wakes earlier this semester, knowing she will have to wait for machines at the Bears Lair satellite fitness center. Julie Rodriguez ’14 has postponed her workouts on certain days because she cannot afford to waste time in line for one of the two remaining treadmills.

University News

After delay, S&J center director to be named

September 14, 2011 Comments are Disabled

The University hopes to name a director of the center for the study of slavery and justice this fall, five years after the Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice recommended doing so.

Higher Ed

Higher ed news roundup

September 12, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Yale sued over death of graduate student Vivian Le is suing Yale over the murder of her daughter Annie Le, a graduate student at the university, the Yale Daily News reported Friday. Annie Le’s body was found in the wall of a university laboratory in September 2009, and Raymond Clark III, a former technician in the lab, admitted to her murder last spring.

University News

UCS opts out of Obama letter

September 7, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Student leaders at Georgetown University drafted a letter to President Obama and leaders of the U.S. Congress in mid-July urging them to quickly reach a deal on raising the debt ceiling. More than 130 current and former student body presidents signed the letter, but Undergraduate Council of Students President Ralanda Nelson ’12 was not one of them.

University News

New TWC director to be announced this month

April 28, 2011 Comments are Disabled

The Third World Center’s yearlong search for a new director is coming to a close, said Ricky Gresh, senior director for student engagement. The search committee hopes to make an official announcement before finals period ends May 20, Gresh said.

University News

Support for Hispanics scrutinized

April 21, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Though the University has made efforts to increase support for the growing Hispanic undergraduate population, students, faculty and administrators still feel that issues remain.

University News

Overcrowding swells Wriston tensions

April 11, 2011 Comments are Disabled

Though Wriston Quadrangle was built with the idea of a residential community in mind, overcrowding in recent years has heightened tension between Greek living and independents.