Residents of Rochester joined the GrassRoots Festival of Music & Dance from Thursday, July 19 to Sunday, July 22 in celebrating its 22nd anniversary in Trumansburg, NY. The festival drew several Rochester and Western New York bands such as John Brown’s Body, Driftwood and the Notorious Stringbusters, but also several national acts such as Eilen Jewel and Willie Watson. As it does each year, the festival also included camping, parades, workshop healing and much more.

Check out the the Campus Times’ photo coverage below!

Photos by Matt Chin, Juliana Ruoff, David Baldo and Lauren Magin



Poking fun at the news: Easter Bunny brawl, Yoda, and the U.S. Navy

While playing in a game, English soccer player Callum Camps was notified by the PA announcer that his car lights were on. Camps said he didn’t turn his lights off—because he couldn’t use his hands.

Letter: Don’t criticize attempts at change

After the University’s Commission on Race & Diversity voted in overwhelming support of banning Yik Yak from University Wi-Fi, President Seligman responded by disregarding that democratic choice and keeping the service on campus.

Captain America is mediocre, inconsequential

The film, unfortunately, makes the same mistakes that “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” made just over a month ago.