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‘Walk of No Shame’ celebrates sex positivity

In attire ranging from winter coats to completely topless, about 20 Rhode Island School of Design students marched through 40-degree weather at 11 a.m. Saturday carrying picket signs as part of the RISD Sexual Health and Relationship Educator's “Walk of No Shame.” “Consensual sex is fun!” said ...

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UCS prepares for structural makeover vote

The Undergraduate Council of Students reviewed structural changes proposed by the UCS Outreach and Advocacy committee and other council members at its general body meeting Wednesday. Proposals for the UCS Executive Board included creating new positions for a chief of staff and a communications director. ...

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Gourley ’16 captures UCS presidency

Sazzy Gourley ’16 won the Undergraduate Council of Students presidency, while Alana Bhatla ’16 claimed the vice presidency, announced UCS Elections Board Chair Heather Sabel ’17 just after midnight Friday on the steps of the Stephen Robert ’62 Campus Center. With 50.5 percent of the vote, Gourley ...

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UCS leadership candidates face off at debate

Candidates for leadership positions on the Undergraduate Council of Students tackled the council’s role as a conduit between students and the administration, mental health resources and diversity support at a debate Thursday night in a packed Salomon 001. Mental health emerged as a major topic of ...

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Three declare candidacy for UCS presidency

Justice Gaines ’16, Sazzy Gourley ’16 and Zachary Nelkin ’17 will vie for the presidency of the Undergraduate Council of Students, while Alana Bhatla ’16 and Ryan Lessing ’17 will face off for the UCS vice presidency. Candidates submitted their official applications at a UCS Elections Board ...

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Detours enliven UCS, UFB campaign trail

Elections start this week for the Undergraduate Council of Students and the Undergraduate Finance Board, but past races have run into hiccups due to occurrences ranging from joke campaigns to candidate withdrawals. Joke campaigns Eric Mukherjee ’09 did not know he had run for UCS president until after ...

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Paxson endorses Act4RJ policy demands

President Christina Paxson P’19 sent a letter Wednesday to the Task Force on Sexual Assault endorsing the student movement Act4RJ’s demands for sexual assault policy change, said UCS President Maahika Srinivasan ’15 at the UCS general body meeting Wednesday. Srinivasan said she and Sazzy Gourley ...

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