Three thefts occurred in Anderson Tower last week. In one incident, an unidentified suspect entered a secured room in Anderson Tower and stole a student’s credit cards, several blank checks and $50 in cash.

While she was canceling her credit cards, the victim was advised that one of her cards had been used in Irondequoit to make a purchase, according to UR Security Investigator Dan Lafferty.

The second incident occurred on March 21 between 1 a.m. and 10 a.m., when an unidentified suspect stole a TV/VCR combination worth $100 from the common area.

In the third incident, which occurred between March 19 at 7 p.m. and March 21 around 8:30 p.m., frozen food was taken. One of the victims plans on filing a report with the Rochester Police Department.

Dell laptop stolen from ITS Center

A Dell laptop owned by UR was stolen from behind the service desk at the ITS Center on Monday between 12:20 p.m. and 12:23 p.m., according to security.

The staff member had been temporarily called away when the theft occurred, but others in the area provided a physical description of the suspect. The surrounding areas were checked, but the suspect was not found.

A report was filed with the Rochester Police Department.

Rochester resident arrested on trespassingRicky Brock , a 30-year-old Rochester resident, was arrested on charges of criminal trespass in the third degree after he was observed opening a screen door and peering through the window of 630 Mt. Hope Avenue, according to Lafferty.

After the suspect discovered that he was being watched, he departed the area.

The suspect then walked over to the witnesses and asked why they were watching him.

Afterwards the suspect left the area, but UR security officers were able to locate him and provide his location to RPD officers.Bicycle stolen from rack outside of Hoeing Hall

A bicycle was stolen from a rack on the west side of Hoeing Hall between March 18 and March 20. The exact date is unknown.

The bike is worth $440 and the victim plans on filing a report with the RPD, according to security.

Information provided by UR Security.Schnee can be reached at

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“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.

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.