News


O’Brien talks journalism as Mel Weekend headliner

In particular, she recalled that many of the stories she covered early in her career were overly sensational, often to the detriment of context and nuance.

Campus competition will promote entrepreneurship

Students will showcase their start-up solutions in teams of three or four members with the end-goal of possibly competing in the worldwide finals for $1 million in start-up funding.

Steele urges political involvement at Mel Weekend

Steele told students there are tools and mechanisms to use at their disposal to “move us from where we are to where you want us to be.”

Features


CT Eats: Amaya offers Indian food rich in flavor

The menu featured numerous different variations of naan, some even stuffed, but we decided to give the garlic naan a go.

Research Rochester: Kapner enriches Rochester community through linguistics

In Professor Grimm’s lab, Kapner studies nouns that could be perceived as non-specific — termed “weak definites.”

CT Eats: Addis Ababa brings delicious Ethiopian food to Rochester

Now, this may be the only review in which you’ll read me say I enjoyed the dryness of the meat. The chunks of lamb were sturdy and a bit dried out, but this just allowed them to soak up more of that great sauce and to fall apart at the hands of it, giving the meat almost the consistency of a brisket.