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Discovering immortality in ‘Poetic Sentiment’

David Libbey – Staff Photographer Amidst all this snow, it’s not surprising that some of it made its way into Wilson Commons. But it won’t ...

SigEp, Drama House and DLH to keep houses on Frat Quad

SigEp, Drama House and DLH to keep houses on Frat Quad

This week, UR Residential Life finalized its selection process for the Academic Living Centers (ALCs) housed on the Fraternity Quadrangle. The ALC program was started ...

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Squash excels in prestigious Potter Cup

Photo Courtesy of UR Athletics This past weekend, the UR Men’s Squash team traveled to Trinity College to compete against the top eight teams in ...

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The most intruiguing trades at the deadline

Christian Cieri, Illustrator In one of the most hectic trade deadlines in recent memory, with about nine percent of NBA players switching teams, almost 40 ...

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UR athletes give back to Rochester community

Photo courtesy of UR Tennis As varsity athletes at the University of Rochester, we often find that we lose sight of exactly what we represent ...

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UR joins ‘It’s On Us’ campaign against sexual assault

Photos courtesy of UR CommunicationsGraphic by Rachel Hammelman, Photo Editor The UR Students’ Association (SA) collaborated with UR Communications to release a video featuring students, ...

News

SA launches IMPACT website for student petitions

SA officially launched and announced the beta version of IMPACT, a petition site “for students by students,” on Tuesday, Feb. 24. SA President’s Cabinet member ...

Security Update: Student takes unwitting visitor’s coat

1. On Saturday, Feb. 21 at 2:11 a.m., Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers were advised by a visitor that her coat and personal belongings ...

Scientific American editor and UR alumnus Fred Guterl gives lecture

Parsa Lotfi – Photo Editor In the latest installment of the River Campus Libraries’ Neilly Lecture Series, executive editor of Scientific American magazine Fred Guterl ...

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Opinions

Oklahoma’s AP U.S. History bill swaps education for indoctrination

Christian Cieri – Illustrator Did you know that many of the Founding Fathers had slaves? And that Thomas Jefferson, often portrayed as one of the ...

Keystone XL: inconsequential, vetoed or not

In the latest national news, the bill to authorize the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline was vetoed by President Obama.    This was only ...

United States should stand its ground on GMOs

Arguably, the most underreported story in the media these days is the ongoing negotiations over the proposed United States-European Union Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership ...

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Features

Starbucks serves up a hot cup of service

Monday mornings are the worst. It’s always a struggle to get out of bed for your first class. You get dressed, put in your earbuds ...

View from abroad: Amman, Jordan

Courtesy of Noor Shah At the University of Rochester, International Relations majors are required to study abroad for a semester and complete at least two ...

UR Tech: Terror online

Christian Cieri – Illustrator The social media use of the world’s most wanted terrorists is something of a paradox. It reflects the contradictions within jihadi fighters ...

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Arts & Entertainment

‘Student Artists Speak:’ Dan Chess

Christian Cieri – Staff Illustrator The spirit of punk is alive in Rochester, and Dan Chess is in the center of the scene. Chess, a ...

Discovering immortality in ‘Poetic Sentiment’

David Libbey – Staff Photographer Amidst all this snow, it’s not surprising that some of it made its way into Wilson Commons. But it won’t ...

‘Diablo’ and dungeon-crawlers: a gaming legacy

The last time I visited my hometown, I found myself looking through some of my old arts and crafts from kindergarten.  I soon came across ...

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Sports

Michelle Landis – Women’s Club Ultimate Frisbee

Photo Courtesy of Michelle Landis 1. How did you first get into ultimate frisbee?  Ever since I could walk, I’ve always loved to play competitive sports. So, ...

Finally, Mayweather and Pacquiao will fight

Christian Cieri, Illustrator That’s right everyone, it is finally happening—the fight that we have all been hoping would come to fruition, albeit quite a few ...

Women’s Tennis starts season strong

Photo Courtesy of UR Athletics Women’s Tennis won their first match of the season last weekend, beating intrastate rival, Ithaca College, 6-3 at home on ...

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Humor

New bookstore makes students work even harder for good grades

The University of Rochester has always been recognized for its academic excellence and rigor.  While it is known that its students work endlessly to maintain ...

Fictional report cards

Ash Ketchum: While playing tag, Ash kept screaming, “Gotta catch ‘em all,” which was okay, but he kept saying it while we discussed venereal disease ...

Battling the cold

Despite midterms approaching, something else has been concerning students. For the past couple of weeks, UR has been hit with bitterly cold temperatures. It’s so ...

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