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GSW presentation tackles drawbacks of capitalism

“I think the biggest challenge, honestly, for nonprofits, and for leaders and managers, even in the most progressive spaces, is capitalism,” Rich said.

Students call out molestation remarks, comedian unapologetic

while college students are often accused of being over-sensitive, students who objected to the joke said it wasn’t because of the topic.

Far from home, Chinese students shaken by coronavirus outbreak

“I don’t know anybody who is infected, but I know basically every one of my friends, every one of my family members, they are affected by the virus,” one first-year said.

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Award-winning STEM program aims to shape Rochester’s youth

“Book learning is great, [but] having the experience of feeling and touching the world gives real meaning to what you learn in the book.”

UR Snapshots Vol. 8: Students’ favorite study spots on campus

“I’d say Rettner is my favorite study spot just because it’s bright and it’s quiet as well. If I don’t like being around a lot of people, then I think of coming here. Also, I think the library is a bit intimidating.”

CT Eats: Fever Flavors

Hello, world. It’s me, Olivia, reporting to you from the comfort of my bed, where I have been stuck for the past week with the flu and a 104-degree fever.