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Screw ups: a path toward success

To amplify this belief, iZone organized an event this past Wednesday where students from an array of campus organizations came to share their failures.

Second queer ball allows free expression

For many, UR’s Queer Ball was a first chance to go to a dance as themselves.

MSAB wins public forum with surprise Faculty Senate sit-in

Frustrated that Public Safety had repeatedly denied their requests for a community forum, MSAB and various minority student leaders staged a sit-in at the meeting.

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Research Rochester: Research for Everyone

A common misconception shared by many undergraduates is that research is reserved for the sciences.

CT Eats: Founders Cafe nice but not impressive

While there is a gorgeous, bright mural on one of the walls, the overall atmosphere and décor did not lend themselves to that really comfortable vibe I was searching for. The food also seemed to follow this theme of “nice, but not too impressive.”

Research Rochester: Hoang’s psychology research connects to her Vietnamese roots

Hoang wanted to connect her interest in psychology with her Vietnamese roots. She began working with Thuy-Vy Nguyen in the psychology department at UR to investigate parent-child relationships in Asian cultures.