Libra (Sept. 23?Oct. 22) ? Cold weather always gets you down, but things aren’t as bad as they seem. Make it through this busy week, and you’ll get an opportunity to relax a bit.

Scorpio (Oct. 23?Nov. 21) ? It’s National Coming Out week. Confirm all of your friends’ suspicions.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22?Dec 21) ? Love is not patient. Love is not kind. If you can’t accept this, then you shouldn’t be in love. Time to reassess your priorities.

Capricorn (Dec. 22?Jan. 19) ? You’ve been suspicious of your friends’ actions lately, but your concerns are unwarranted. Talk out your problems, and you will feel a lot better.

Aquarius (Jan. 20?Feb. 18) ? If your parents are coming here for Meliora Weekend, make sure you pay enough attention to them. It’s most likely that they paid for you to be here, it won’t kill you to hang out with them for two days.

Pisces (Feb. 19?March 20) ? You’ve been feeling stressed lately, and may feel like there’s no light at the end of the tunnel. The work will let up, and you will be able to relax and enjoy the sunny fall weather. Grab your honey and have a romantic picnic in GVP. You won’t regret it.

Aries (March 21?April 19) ? Money has been scarce lately, and your wallet is emptier than The Hive. You won’t have to live on saltines and Easy Mac forever, a windfall is coming your way soon.

Taurus (April 20?May 20) ? You may think you’re all that, but you’re really not at all. Get over yourself, because everyone else already has.

Gemini (May 21?June 21) ? Your dual nature has been confusing a lot of people lately. Stop the Jekyll and Hyde act, or you’ll alienate some good friends.

Cancer (June 22?July 22) ? It’s time to get your act together. You’re so popular that there’s always plenty of distractions, but now is the time to buckle down and get some studying done.

Leo (July 23?Aug. 22) ? Your creative juices have been flowing lately, and you shouldn’t ignore them. Draw, paint, sing ? do whatever makes you feel good.

Virgo (Aug. 23?Sept. 22) ? Someone close to you has been ill lately, and it has given you quite a scare. While things were shaky at first, the illness will pass and the person will have a full recovery.

(If you actually believe this, you probably also believe in the Great Pumpkin. This is not to be taken seriously.)

“Bias-Related Incident Report” on bias incident data to be released in December

Associate Dean for Diversity Dr. Jessica Guzmán-Rea announced Monday that work is beginning on the College’s 2020-2022 “Bias-Related Incident Report," which she says is set to be ready around December.

Dean Burns stepping down after 15 years as Dean of Students

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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.”