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Study Abroad or America Abroad?

America has reached an all-time high for the amount of college students sent abroad. In 2001, the government-sponsored Open Doors…

Nothing but sky: Decarceration initiative debuts symposium

“If Frederick Douglass were alive today, we think that [he] would be trying to take on mass incarceration, and decarcerate the city of Rochester.”

Second Africa business conference explores continent’s potential

Undergraduates, business students, and professionals from UR and RIT gathered on Saturday at the second annual Rochester Africa Business Conference…

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CT Eats: Food, Fun, and Flowers at Lilac Fest

The turkey leg is too big to get your mouth around, and the meat is so tender that you can just tear it off. Felt like Medieval Times. Would recommend.

From the Archives: UR’s Gates gave morphine its structure

Marshall Gates Jr., a renowned UR chemist, described his morphine synthesis as “by a considerable margin the best and most important work I’ve ever done.”

Want to see gender inequality at UR? Look at the sculptures.

“People we honor seem to be more and more men, white men in particular [...] We have hundreds of women alumni who are super important. Where are they?”