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Alumni support student athletics, on and off the field

Alyssa Arre, Senior Staff Being on a sports team has a number of obvious benefits for when students are here on campus: as an incoming ...

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Legacy of the marshal

Courtesy of Rochester Review and River Campus Libraries The four-foot mahogany and silver pole—bedecked with the University seal, past University presidents’ names and dandelion designs—is ...

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UR students explore themes of identity, friendship, growing up with web series ‘Patched’

Photo Courtesy of “Patched” “Patched,” a web series made by UR students and local actors, follows six fictional UR students trying to bring their band ...

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Softball clinches Liberty League title

Courtesy of UR Athletics This weekend, the regular season wrapped up for UR softball, but given the team’s strong performance of late, there are still ...

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SigEp paints mural in 19th Ward

David Stark – Contributing Photographer The following article contained an error in the print edition that has been corrected for the online version. The article ...

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UR Softball shows doubleheader dominance

Courtesy of UR Athletics It has been a busy week for UR Softball which has competed in doubleheaders on almost a daily basis. They recently ...

News

Seniors surprised by wine tour availability

By noon on Thursday, April 30, the Wilson Quadrangle was littered with folding chairs, blankets and water bottles: the result of hundreds of students camping ...

Seniors adjust goal

The annual Senior Class Gift drive is underway, with the 2015 Class Council soliciting donations to the University from graudating seniors. A website for the ...

Diversity report published

UR President Joel Seligman’s ninth annual diversity report, which was released this May, noted that the University continued to make steady progress with its diversity ...

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Opinions

We’re on the rise

You can see the tower of Rush Rhees Library from almost anywhere on campus. I think there’s one spot—if you stand directly in front of ...

The places you’ll go

In the words of Dr. Seuss’s “Oh, The Places You’ll Go:” “Congratulations! Today is your day. You’re off to Great Places! You’re off and away!” Congratulations, class ...

2015: A momentous year 

This has been a momentous year. At the end of April, the community celebrated the grand opening of College Town, which now boasts approximately 20 retail ...

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Cross Country Alumni

Features

Alumni support student athletics, on and off the field

Alyssa Arre, Senior Staff Being on a sports team has a number of obvious benefits for when students are here on campus: as an incoming ...

For Meridians, storytelling makes all the difference

David Weinberg loves show and tell—but not the kind with teddy bears and house pets. Instead, he loves sharing his stories, especially when they get ...

Legacy of the marshal

Courtesy of Rochester Review and River Campus Libraries The four-foot mahogany and silver pole—bedecked with the University seal, past University presidents’ names and dandelion designs—is ...

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Arts & Entertainment

Persistence pays in arts internships

“What are you doing this summer?” That is the question we are asked more and more as the school year comes to a close. For ...

A show that promotes farewell, not goodbye

Senior Week celebrates the hard work and dedication of its senior class. During this week, the tough times of finals, midterms and all- nighters are ...

Your summer television binge-watching guide

OK, guys: summer’s here. You know what that means! Time to spend some nice time in the great indoors catching up on the television you’ve ...

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Sports

All-Americans named

Even before the end of the spring seasons, 11 UR athletes across a wide range of sports have been honored as Division III All-Americans, and ...

Seven athletes honored for top achievements in sports

The UR Athletic Department held its annual awards banquet on Thursday, April 30, honoring seven student-athletes—six seniors and one junior—for their accomplishments during their time ...

G.W. VanderZwaag – Golf

Courtesy of UR Athletics 1. When did you first begin playing golf, and what motivated you to start? I first began playing golf around the age ...

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Humor

Parents unappreciative of UR wordplay

With this most recent school year concluding, college and the opportunities it presents appear to be winding down for the majority of graduates. For example, ...

Advice for those who need it

Right now, a bunch of seniors are preparing to graduate, and they are probably asking themselves, “Where did the time go?” This is a good ...

The end of an era

As the semester comes to an end and our beloved mascots begin to become a nuisance to campus picnics, two things are clear: the weather ...

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