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Declaring your major

It’s that time of year again. The squirrels are frolicking, the brown water of our lovely Genesee is flowing in full force, the Quidditch team …


‘I’ll Be Your Pilot Today:’ ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’

Remember when Ellie Kemper played mousy, naïve Erin Hannon on “The Office?” Having succumbed to the terrible plague of typecasting, Kemper now plays the exact …


3-25-15 UR Tech Take 2

UR Tech: Solved Games

Christian Cieri – Illustrator

If you sit down and play a virtual game of checkers on your computer, there’s a good chance it’ll let you …


Yik Yak: a tough situation, handled with care

Recently, UR made headlines by asking Yik Yak to reveal the identities of the individuals behind the slew of racist, threatening posts that appeared on …


While costly, tuition changes are at least a step forward

Last Thursday, UR announced its tuition and room and board rates for the 2015-16 academic year. Clocking in at $47,450 for tuition and $14,294 for …


Some traditions are good, but many are awful

Tradition. Ritual. Habit. Institution. All of these words are synonymous, for the most part. Yet, each has its own connotation dependent on the words that …


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Mela showcases a fashion medley

Photo courtesy of Marisa Caiola

This past weekend, ADITI held its annual cultural celebration event, “Mela.” This year’s event  was of special importance because it …


3-25-15 Israeli Prime Minister

Obama should moderate his response to Netanyahu

Christian Cieri – Illustrator

The newest season of “House of Cards” revolved around an American attempt to broker peace between Israel and Palestine. It is …


3-25-15 Isreali Flag

Israel: ‘a beacon of progressivism’

Christian Cieri – Illustrator

In today’s world of a 24 -hour news cycle, Twitter and other social media platforms, misinformation and half-truths have the ability …


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ADITI celebrates its 30th anniversary

Photo Courtesy of ADITI

The Association for the Development of Interest in the Indian Subcontinent (ADITI) is celebrating its 30th year on campus this year.

In …


Jodi Says: Come again?

Multiple orgasms? That’s not even real: the female orgasm isn’t even a real thing, just a myth!

Just kidding, that’s not true at all.

Of course, having …


North Korean refugee speaks at LiNK event on campus

Liberty in North Korea (LiNK) hosted LiNK alumnus and North Korean refugee Justin Kim at an event on March 24, where he addressed LiNK members …


UR seeks legal action against Yik Yak users following racist posts

UR students rank among the most active users of Yik Yak, but in recent weeks the app’s reputation as a place for harmless puns …


Apple debuts Parkinson’s study app in collaboration with URMC

An app co-developed by URMC researchers was unveiled on March 9 at an Apple keynote event. The app, dubbed mPower, is designed to collect real-time …


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In nail-biter women’s lacrosse falls to Geneseo

Photo Courtesy of UR Athletics

The University of Rochester Women’s Lacrosse team lost by one goal to the #16-ranked Geneseo Knights, with a score of …


Kayla Kibling – Softball

1. When did you start playing softball?

I started playing softball in fourth grade, and before that, I had played little league baseball since second grade. …


3-25-15 Stev Nash Suns

Assisting legend Steve Nash retires

Christian Cieri, Illustrator

This past weekend, the NBA waved goodbye to one of its truly unique players as virtuoso point guard Steve Nash announced his …


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UR varsity, club sports head to warmer climates around the nation and the world

Christian Cieri, Illustrator

Two weeks ago, UR students had the pleasure to pause our studies for a week of sleep, relaxation and family: Spring Break …


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March Madness: Breaking down the Sweet Sixteen

Christian Cieri, Illustrator

March Madness is in full swing, people. One-seeds and two-seeds have gone down, controversial calls have been made and “One Shining Moment” …


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Swimming and Diving excel at championships

Photo Courtesy of UR Athletics

The University of Rochester’s Women’s Swimming and Diving team competed in the NCAA Division III Championships held in Shenandoah, Texas …


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