President Mangelsdorf decides flag display will not be returning to Hirst Lounge
After nearly two years of uncertainty, a lengthy proposal, and months of discussion, University President Sarah Mangelsdorf decided this past…
College students + free Insomnia cookies = a batch made in heaven
A yearly tradition since 2019, this event welcomes students back to school with some sweet deals — so long as you arrive wearing your finest sleepwear.
The University lets students down by waving the white flag
It seems more and more like upper administration, the actual brain and decision-making power of the University, is incompetent at best, and cowardly at worst.
Staff shortages limits dining options for students on campus, student demand refunds
With this drastic shift, hours have shortened at certain dining areas, and more niche options have closed entirely.
New report reveals the University’s economic regional impact
A new report has found that University’s economic reach in the greater Rochester region has more than doubled in the…
REJI holds event 50 years after Attica prison uprising
The Rochester Education Justice Initiative (REJI) hosted a panel on Friday, Sept. 10 to discuss the Attica uprising and its meaning 50 years later.
The Commissary revitalizes the food industry in downtown Rochester
In the heart of downtown Rochester sits the only community kitchen in Monroe County. Launched in October 2020 in the Sibley Building, The Commissary is Rochester’s first food business incubator.