All Articles by Angela Remus


Meliora Challenge raises $1 billion

Alyssa Arre, Photo Editor

As of this week, the Meliora Challenge campaign has passed the $1 billion mark, University President Joel Seligman said at a …


Horticultural and grounds workers recognized for excellence

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The University Horticulture and Grounds Department received an Honor Award by the Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS). The award recognizes the …

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Veterans Alliance launches

The UR has launched the Veteran’s Alliance, an organization that will see the UR working closely with veterans to improve integration and resource availability.

SA endorses alum’s company offering summer storage

Within the upcoming week, the Students’ Association (SA) Senate will endorse Super Summer Storage, an alternative storage company option for students interesting in packing and …

Students find eggs in the Sue B. dryers

1. On Friday, Nov. 1, at 11:26 a.m., a Public Safety officer responded to the 7th floor laundry room of Susan B. Anthony Hall.

The officer …

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Gates delivers Mel Weekend address on gov. shutdown, national security

Aaron Schaffer, Photo Editor

Secretary of Defense and CIA Director Robert Gates delivered this year’s Meliora Weekend address on Saturday, Oct. 12 in Kodak Hall. …

SA’s $5K Challenge to kick off Oct. 9

On Wednesday, Oct. 9, the Students’ Association (SA) will launch its $5K Challenge, an initiative to solicit student proposals to improve campus life. The winning …


NY state accredits audio and music engineering degree

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The New York State Department of Education has officially accredited the audio and music engineering (AME) degree. However, the Accreditation Board for …


Repeat offenders caught trespassing

1. On Sept. 7, between 6:30 and 7:30 p.m., a student reported that his MacBook Pro and iPad 3 with Retina display were stolen from …


Sigma Chi keeps house

Alyssa Arre, Photo Editor

Per the findings at a May hearing regarding hazing allegations against Sigma Chi, the fraternity is on censured status until Nov. …


Rochester Carillon Society celebrates 40 years of chiming

Last Saturday, the carillonneurs performed a children’s themed concert as one of many that celebrates the Hopeman Carillon’s 40th year.


Diamond necklace disappears

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1. Between April 13 at noon and April 15 at 2 p.m., a student reported that her diamond necklace was stolen from …

True charity demands grit, perseverance

Within the last week, the UR community had the opportunity to participate in three events in support of three fantastic causes: the YellowJackets’ Concert for …


BME graduates receive Da Vinci award

University of Rochester graduates have managed to transform their BME design project into the beginnings of a company.


Simlote wins unopposed Speaker election, Sheng takes contested Deputy race

The Student’s Association has elected new speakers for the coming academic year.

Eastman bandit nabs backpack

Significant security events on the University of Rochester campus.


SA passes budget after little review

The Students’ Association approved the SA’s $1,154,250 budget for the 2013-14 school year despite engaging in very little conversation prior to the vote.


SA extends preliminary status for UR BlueCrew

UR BlueCrew’s preliminary status has been extended until the beginning of next school year, giving the group more time to develop their club before seeking final SA recognition.

Peace Officers, J. Adam Fenster

25 new peace officers sworn in

UR security officers were sworn into a training program, through which they will become better prepared but will remain unarmed.


“Survivor to Thriver” conference empowers victims of sexual assualt

UR held its first annual conference on sexual assault on Wednesday, April 3, during which keynote speaker Maggie Maloy shared her story of injury and recovery after a sexual assault endured at age 15.

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