Alyssa Koh
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Alyssa Koh is a sophomore majoring in American Sign Language and Linguistics with a minor in Music Cognition. Alyssa is a Managing Editor. Outside of CT, Alyssa is an assistant music director for Vocal Point and works for the UR Orientation Department. Fun Fact: Alyssa wrote her college admissions essay about how she was upset that her mom wouldn’t let her buy herself a unicycle for her birthday.

Articles by Alyssa

Inside the Nationals-qualifying UR Women’s Rugby team

The UR Women’s Rugby team has qualified for Nationals, as the qualifying team for the entire Upstate New York division.

An interview with the Nationals-qualifying UR Quidditch team

The UR Thestrals, the University’s Quidditch team, recently participated in the US Quidditch Cup in Salt Lake City, Utah on April 23-24.

Student musician kr!thi draws on roots for experimental debut single

A dreamy lo-fi R&B bop, “eve” utilizes elements of classical Indian music within the vocals as an homage to the artist’s roots.

Dean Burns stepping down after 15 years as Dean of Students

After 15 years spent working as “your Dean of Students,” Dean Matthew Burns will be stepping down from his position in June. 

Fall cleaning: storage suggestions for your Google Drive

A proposed schedule for an interdisciplinary major you never created? A PDF that just has a singular smiley face on it in 72-point font? You’re past that. New Drive, new you.

Coffee and tea in Riverview G: Take a look into C Side

Sick of Java’s, Spot, and Starbucks? Junior Deborah Johnston and senior Katie Hurwitz may have a low-key, completely free option…

UR Art NY showcase for Spring 2022 cohort

“It’s part work, part study — we work specifically to get the internship to match with your interests,” faculty director Heather Layton said.

An ode to being dumb and stupid

I’m a staunch advocate of constantly learning in ways that aren’t directly attributed to your degree plan.

Indoor masking mandate reinstated on University campuses

This morning, students woke to an email announcing that UR has reinstated an indoor mask mandate following a surge in on campus cases.

Bhattacharjee wins SA presidency

Bhattacharjee and running mate sophomore Sybilla Moore garnered 689 votes, defeating the next-highest opposing ticket by 421 votes.