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‘Madame de Sade’: chains, whips, and suffering

Parsa Lotfi / Photo Editor In today’s Western civilization, we pride ourselves in the excessive amount of freedom we believe we deserve – but is ...

UR literary award wins recognition at London Book Fair

UR received recognition for one of its literary programs at the prestigious London Book Fair earlier this month. The University’s Three Percent website seeks to expand ...

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STEM invites community to Family Science Day

The Science Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)  Initiative organization on campus hosted their first annual Family Science Day for young students and their families at ...

Three tips for everyday debating

Three tips for everyday debating

Tiffany White, Illustrator In class discussions or even with close friends, differences in opinion come up. When this happens, a debate is almost sure to ...

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“Sophia/Portrait” tackles questions of love and death

Aaron Schaffer / Photo Editor   This past week, Drama House visitors had the pleasure of watching two original plays written and performed by members of ...

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“Dialogues of the Carmelites” captivates

Courtesy of Michael Radigan “Dialogues of the Carmelites” by Francis Poulenc performed last week at Eastman, and it was an absolutely fantastic show. It was ...

News

Rochester Optical makes prescription Google Glass

Rochester Optical announced its commercial release of digital lens-optimized prescription lenses for Google Glass on Tuesday, April 15. “A Google search will reveal that Rochester Optical ...

UR literary award wins recognition at London Book Fair

UR received recognition for one of its literary programs at the prestigious London Book Fair earlier this month. The University’s Three Percent website seeks to expand ...

Public Safety’s proactive stance

UR Public Safety has begun to take a proactive approach in the last few weeks following recent incidents and in preparation for Dandelion Day this ...

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Opinions

The last words: a senior staff writer’s farewell

CT staff writer Daniel Gorman Jr. reflects on his four years at UR.

It just gets better and better

Campus Times' Rachael Sanguinetti sends off the class of 2014.

Legalize it, once and for all.

Marijuana, also known as cannabis, is one of the most widely used drugs in America. Its legalization movement has spread rapidly across America as people ...

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Politics and Markets Project, enriching political discourse on campus

Liz Beson, Illustrator What do Income Inequality, Wall Street Loans, and Obamacare all have in common? If you said the letter O, you’re right, but ...

Three tips for everyday debating

Tiffany White, Illustrator In class discussions or even with close friends, differences in opinion come up. When this happens, a debate is almost sure to ...

Foreign Focus: London, England

Courtesy of Nicholas Falcone Home to iconic landmarks like Big Ben and The London Eye, as well as BBC favorites such as “Doctor Who” and ...

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Arts & Entertainment

Summer Cinema: June

Courtesy of movieweb.com It’s never easy choosing what movies to watch, especially when financial constraint and limited time are thrown into the mix. Below are ...

The end of the Chamber Boys

Host Patrick Adelman talks the end of the Chamber Boys.

‘Under The Skin’: A sick, haunting portrait of humanity

In 1964, Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart contextualized the term “I know it when I see it” in the case Jacobellis v. Ohio, stating that ...

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Sports

The Toronto Raptors: Rise of Ruse?

Max Eber shares his thoughts on the Toronto Raptors.

Mara Karpp – Women’s Lacrosse

Athlete of the Week Mara Karpp shares her thoughts on college and lacrosse.

Draft tracker: Offensive Guard prospects

Adam Ondo offers his thoughts on defensive tackle prospects.

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Humor

Entire Sophomore class gets locked out of housing

Dreams were shattered. Hopes were dashed. This week, thousands of students jockeyed for spots in the housing lottery. Random times were given to students to sign ...

Jeff Howard is the man, man.

Jeff Howard is one of the best Arts and Entertainment editors around. Also, his contributions to the humor section have helped Campus Times rival the ...

Still poking fun at the news

1. A squirrel in a Fort Wayne community center got into the electrical system and ended up costing the center $300,000 worth of damage. After ...

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