On the social archetypes of “good” education

There is value to the broad idea of “teaching students how to think” through liberal arts, but is it really worth forcing students to spend almost two years slogging through classes they may not be remotely interested in?

Research at Rochester: Anderson facilitates assembly and design for engineers

Anderson’s hard work paid off when his ingenuity, research, and hard work allowed him to leave a lasting impact on the industry he loves.

New Interim Dining Director speaks on fall dining expectations

Campus life is coming back into full-swing, and this new semester is bringing changes to the operational hours, options, and student expectations surrounding dining.