Michelle ShuaiFeatures Editor
Class of 2023
Michelle Shuai is a sophomore majoring in Economics from Honolulu, Hawaii. Currently the Features Editor with Micah Greenberg, she began writing for the features section in Fall 2019. Besides writing, she is enthusiastic about classical music, playing the flute in wind symphony and taking private piano lessons at Eastman.
from the archives
From the Archives: the voices of the College for Women
Although first shunned by the male students, the first female students were determined to not let their voices go unheard. Through their newspapers, The Cloister Window and Tower Times, the female students documented their livelihood and struggles.
Mindful University Project tackles mental health amidst pandemic
Being a college student itself is already challenging enough, but especially so in the midst of midterms season, political elections, and the COVID-19 pandemic. Having to juggle numerous responsibilities often leads to immense stress, which takes a toll on students’ mental wellbeing.
from the archives
From the Archives: Rochester’s role in the Manhattan project
Seventy-five years ago, the U.S. dropped atomic bombs over the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, effectively bringing World War II to a close. However, the bombs came to fruition at the cost of gravely unethical research practices.
Olivia Hooker: Survivor of the Tulsa Riot and champion of justice
On May 21, 1921, thousands of black families lost their homes and loved ones in Tulsa, OK when hundreds of…
UR Snapshots Vol.11: Zooming in on first-years’ online classes
After the first two weeks of Zoom classes, we reached out to first-year students to ask how they’ve been adjusting to online college so far.