UR ends most COVID-19 accommodations, all reporting requirements
Tuesday's new COVID-19 guidelines drew back accommodations for most students and ended the tiered masking system and reporting requirements.
International Theatre Progarm
A Day in the Life: Todd Theatre’s “Fellowship” actor
Written by Sam Chanse, directed by Dominique Rider, and commissioned through alumna Natalie Hurst ‘74 and the New Voice Initiative, the show exhibits the interpersonal conflicts between four women of color as they navigate both a liberally-sensitive workplace and how the differences between them and their colleagues affect their insecurities and treatment of each other.
Music and Mogul Money: interviewing UR grad Philip Milman
A recent master’s degree graduate from the Eastman School of Music, Phil Milman ‘21, might now be a familiar face for any fans of famous Twitch streamers.
Tips to make your blood donation most effective
Being cognizant of eating certain foods that boost the production of hemoglobin — the protein found in red blood cells responsible for carrying oxygen and carbon dioxide — makes your blood donation slightly better than before, and it’s possible to get turned away from a donation if your hemoglobin levels are too low.
“Fellowship” premieres after years of COVID-19 setbacks
UR’s International Theatre Program premiered their new show “Fellowship” at Sloan Theater on Sept. 29. The show exhibits the interpersonal conflicts between four women of color as they navigate a liberally-sensitive workplace.
Dean Burns stepping down after 15 years as Dean of Students
After 15 years spent working as “your Dean of Students,” Dean Matthew Burns will be stepping down from his position in June.
Center for Political Engagement
CPE holds voter registration drives to boost turnout
With midterm elections rapidly approaching, students in the Center for Political Engagement are working to increase student engagement with the voting process.
Research at Rochester: Bajaj tackles political campaigning and engagement
Sophomore Gautam Bajaj has always been interested in making a difference in people’s lives. In middle school, Bajaj was a member of Model UN, keen on understanding the relationships between societies and within the international world.
Turning Rochester into a future semiconductor packaging center: How students benefit from this
"If we work together, we have a real chance of being a leader. If you are a leader in this industry, it could mean many jobs and millions of dollars of economic output. It could be one of the more significant economic development activities in recent history in Rochester."
Latte art in Rochester: Ugly Duck Coffee
Van Grol finds that the best place to go when you’re in a new place is the coffee shop. “I think that's my tidbit. If you're traveling or exploring somewhere new, find a coffee shop and ask the people working and,how to explore their cities and towns and places.”