Editor’s note: In this new feature, you can find interesting events that happened this week in past editions of the Campus Times.

Feb. 14, 1979

The Student Activities Office installed the first computer in the country used to keep track of room reservations in Wilson Commons. The computer included an ISMAI 8080 processor.

Feb. 16, 1981

UR Medical School doctors were reported to have approved of unsafe exposure levels to uranium in the 1940s with relation to development of the atomic bomb.

Feb. 18, 1993

The New York Court of Appeals rejected an appeal by former UR student William Griffin to overturn his murder conviction. As a freshman in 1987, Griffin stabbed three students while drunk in the Susan B. Anthony Residence Halls. One of the students later died as a result.

Feb. 17, 2000

The Men’s Track team set two new UR records at the York University Open. The 4×400 relay team beat the previous record of 3:24.68. The 4×200 relay team set a new record of 1:33.83, beating its old record by 0.12 seconds.

Feb 13, 2014

UR is nominated by PETA for 2014 “Favorite Vegan Friendly College.”

Goncharov, your new favorite Thanksgiving tradition

Imagine if Die Hard had a guy braining another guy with an ice pick and then tossing him into a fish pond. That is the magic of Martin Scorsese’s “Goncharov.”

The worst weight-loss advice

You shouldn’t need to go on an extreme diet just to lose weight or feel good about yourself, and a lot of weight-loss advice on the Internet can actually be really toxic — or just flat-out stupid.

‘Speak No Evil’ is so AAAAAAAAAAAAAH

"Speak No Evil" is one of the best movies I’ve seen this year. But if I recommend it, nobody will ever talk to me again.