An Nguyen
Publisher
Class of 2022
An Nguyen is a junior majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in Classics from Barrington, Rhode Island. She is currently the Publisher of the Campus Times, and before that, she served as the Features Editor. Besides her role as the Publisher, she is also working on a podcast for the Campus Times. Outside the CT, she works for a research lab at University of Rochester’s Medical Center.

Articles by An

Election Day confirmed as a day off in response to student push

The planned ‘day off’ was announced on Wednesday, Oct. 28 in an email by Runner responding to student complaints about an accelerated and stressful mostly online semester.

Harvey Alter talks Nobel Prize, time at UR

“I’d go back to school in a heartbeat [...] The lessons I learned just kind of stayed with me. And if you want to trade places, I will do that,” he joked.

Students talk racism in STEM

“This is exactly why we’re here,” Colberg said, later adding, “Hajim definitely could have had a spot in the Scholar Strike [...] It’s kind of disappointing that not one professor took the time to center [a] lecture around that." 

Free the People Rochester’s virtual teach-in discusses UR’s complicity

“When you’re in that community, you need to take it as your own. This is our community,” Maring said. “That’s the problem with students, that they come to [UR] for four years and they talk shit about [UR], they talk shit about Rochester, they don’t ever get off-campus, they don’t ever interact with the community.”

Rocky X Future collab: Wear A Mask

Take a listen to this sick track from rapper Future and UR icon Rocky, as they remind you of the best way to combat COVID-19.

The racist policies that led to the July ‘64 uprisings

When Reuben Davis moved to Rochester in 1955, he was hopeful about the prospect of success in a city known for its economic prosperity. But it soon became apparent that as a Black man, he was not included in the comforts of the city’s industrial opportunities.

June 2020, July ’64: Rochester’s so-called ‘riots’

"When people’s needs are not met, they will respond. And rioting, mashing up, destruction, all of those things are part of it.”

Campus Times will return to print

The dust of this pandemic is far from settled, but it’s safe to say no one will deny the merits…

Reflections on an empty campus

So, what does our campus scenery look like, now that so many of us are gone and those remaining are encouraged to stay inside?

UR Snapshots Vol.10: The Yellowjackets who stayed

A quiet quad, an empty Starbucks, closed libraries — here’s what life at UR is like in the middle of a pandemic.