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Weyl advocates ‘radical liberalism’ in economic talk

Weyl visited UR to promote the ideas presented in the book. The visit included a Q&A session with those already familiar with the book and an evening talk for a wider audience.

Ideas flow at Hult prize competition

For many competitors, this competition is an outlet for  innovative and novel ideas that can spur change in the world.

Vigil honors Pittsburgh victims

“Community is the antithesis of hate,” he continued. “Antonym of division. Only in community do peace, wholeness, shalom have any meaning. All that's really required is that we show kindness. That we comfort one another.”

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CT Eats: Yummy Garden Part I

Yummy Garden’s main Chinese menu was so extensive that having the separate create-your-own-hot-pot menu on top of that was just too overwhelming for two 5-foot-very-few-inches gals in the big city.

Research Rochester: Mislati uses ultrasound to research cancer

Mislati didn’t expect to become involved in biomedical research as an ECE major. “As an engineer, you start off here thinking you’re just going to work with hardware. ECE allows you to work with systems,” Mislati said.

Tin Roof looks to boost student nightlife in a changing neighborhood

It took seven years of planning, construction, and zoning hearings — amid palpable community opposition — to make the bar a reality.