DEC. 2

Sixty dollars was stolen from a student’s unattended wallet in a Goergen Athletic Center locker room.

A student was warned after being found in the Rush Rhees stacks during an intrusion alarm.

DEC. 4

An injured student was taken for medical treatment from UHS.

DEC. 5

Public Safety and MERT assisted two injured students. Both students declined medical treatment.

DEC. 6

A student’s cell phone and headphones were stolen from a study spot in Rush Rhees library when they were left unattended.

A student was taken to URMC for an ankle x-ray after an injury.

DEC. 8

An individual responsible for a string of laptop thefts in Rush Rhees library was identified. Additional details were unavailable.

A visitor who fainted at the Miller Center declined medical treatment after evaluation by EMS.

 

Information provided by the Department of Public Safety.

Tagged: DPS Update


Burgett Intercultural Center hosts memorial for its namesake

University President Richard Feldman initiated the memorial by speaking at length about Burgett. Feldman provided a retrospective about the man, emphasizing that Burgett always had an unwavering sense of control and composure.

Research Rochester: Kapner enriches Rochester community through linguistics

In Professor Grimm’s lab, Kapner studies nouns that could be perceived as non-specific — termed “weak definites.”

CT Eats: Addis Ababa brings delicious Ethiopian food to Rochester

Now, this may be the only review in which you’ll read me say I enjoyed the dryness of the meat. The chunks of lamb were sturdy and a bit dried out, but this just allowed them to soak up more of that great sauce and to fall apart at the hands of it, giving the meat almost the consistency of a brisket.