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UR senior linked to spate of white nationalist fliers in Brighton

UR senior Chris Hodgman was cited by Brighton police for violating town code and not for the fliers’ content, according to police.

Striving for change, lecturer reflects on Rochester’s gentrified history

Fourth-grade elementary teacher Shane Wiegand teaches everything to his students except for art and gym. But Wiegand’s curriculum plan includes…

Santa Claus lambaste among absurd pitches at iZone’s ‘Business Karaoke’

At “Business Karaoke,” 10 people volunteered to present slideshows they had never seen before. The event, held Friday in the…

Features


From the Archives: ‘Frosh’ and ‘Sophs’ get messy in Flag Rush tradition

A “horde of wildly excited and yelling freshmen who were besmeared with the combination of lampblack, grease and flour” vied for the glory of being the one to snatch the flag from the grips of the sophomore class.

For astronomy aficionados, Mees a guiding star

“We do some fantastic stargazing away from the city lights using an actual observatory, and people are able to see amazing features in the night sky that they have never seen before like galaxies, star clusters, and nebulae,” Spiewak said.

CT Eats: Wegmans’ restaurants surprisingly classy

My entree was the ziti alla montanara, featuring luscious butternut squash and a sumptuous porcini and parmesan cream sauce. This dish had a stellar balance of salty, cheesy, earthy, and sweet flavors.