Alumni support student athletics, on and off the field
Being on a sports team has a number of obvious benefits for when students are here on campus: as an…
The summer in music: in search of the essential jam
Maybe I am just out of touch with what’s popular, but it felt like this summer was lacking a song…
Indictment released in kidnapping case, sexual assault alleged
Six suspects arrested in the Dec. 5 kidnapping of two UR seniors have been charged with a litany of crimes—including predatory sexual assault.
Pennsylvania Gov.-elect Josh Shapiro ’95 first jumped into politics at UR
Before Josh Shapiro ‘95 became Pennsylvania’s governor-elect, he boasted two humbler titles — UR Students’ Association senator and president.
Orange Line service increases amid student dissatisfaction
The start of the semester saw the Orange Line overwhelmed, as five morning buses couldn't match the demands of students heading to campus.
Latin American Studies department resolution passes SA
SA passed a resolution supporting the creation of a Latin American Studies department after hearing speeches from seven student advocates.
From the Archives: LOGOS and Campus Times finally bury the hatchet
Dan Kimmel says that, in addition to finding an audience and an identity, LOGOS helped him find his voice.
Research at Rochester: iGEM Team Saptasense finds sustainable solutions for maple sap
To what extent are they able to pursue their own experimental endeavors? iGEM’s Team Saptasense certainly found out over the course of this past summer and fall semester.
Where to shop in Rochester for Small Business Saturday
Shopping from small and local businesses is a great way to support the owners and their staff and they are often home to more unique gifts than you may find at a national retail chain