Anti-Jaeger protest held over Mel Weekend, Jaeger responds
During Meliora Weekend, an estimated 40 people protested against Tim Florian Jaeger, a professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Computer Science who, in 2016, had been accused of alleged sexual misconduct.
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Mayor-Elect Malik Evans on the importance of local politics and community engagement in Rochester
Rochester’s got a new mayor in town, and he wants UR students to vote local. Almost Mayor-Elect and UR alum…
Meet the UR student making national waves for women in baseball
Since the young age of 5, Greenwood has been playing baseball. Now she is a catcher for UR Baseball and on the USA Baseball 2021 National Team Development Program roster, aiming to play at the international level.
“Sites and Non-Sites”: An exhibit of glacial proportions
This site-specific installation represents how “the natural rhythms of the earth, although slow and sometimes not obvious, impact how we live today.”
Power to the polls: UR set to become an official polling place
Since CPE’s establishment, one of its goals has been to set up an official polling place on campus, and that goal is becoming a reality.
App implemented to help students know occupancy of library spaces
This fall, UR students can monitor occupancy rates in River Campus Library (RCL) spaces through the Waitz App, seeing which areas of the library have free space without having to physically visit it themselves.
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.
Java Joe: The man behind Rochester’s favorite coffee bean
Slowly approaching its thirties, Java’s reputation is embedded in its local and ethically sourced coffee beans.
UR Student startup hopes to use biotech to improve client’s athletic performance
After working for several biotech companies to develop biomechanics to help athletes achieve peak performance, Krishnan decided to start his own - Liquid Sportslab. Whilst trying to launch his company, Krishnan also juggled STEM courses, being the president of Psi Upsilon, research, internships, TA positions, and being a pitcher on the UR Varsity Baseball team.