David Schildkraut
Features Editor
Class of 2020
Campus Times News Editor 2017 News Staff October - December, 2016 Contributing Writer September, 2016 I am on the SA beat.

Articles by David

Hell freezes over, campus stays open

Within the first day of Feldman’s presidency, temperatures plummeted over 30 degrees, freezing Rochester even deeper than the tunnels beneath the buildings.

This week in the Campus Times: March 5

Sophomore Mervin Walker and freshman Theodore Flowers are arrested in their dorms on counts of robbery, grand larceny, and possession of a dangerous weapon.

This week in the Campus Times: Feb. 26

The Rochester Campus reports that there are 153 students at UR. There are 37 seniors, 38 juniors, 42 sophomores, and 36 freshmen.

This week in the Campus Times: Feb. 19

The design for the Eastman School of Music is submitted by architects, who designed the building in the style of the Italian Renaissance.

This week in the Campus Times: Feb. 12

The Student Activities Office installed the first computer in the country used to keep track of room reservations in Wilson Commons.

After SA Senate vote, Equestrian Team future uncertain

A single vote by an SA senator might mean the end for one of the oldest club sports teams on campus.

Getting back to basics with books

Just thinking on the events from the past week, there’s a lot I could have written about. There was a government shutdown, the start of the Winter Olympics, and Trump making inappropriate comments on the #MeToo movement.

ITS, beloved study space, dies at 48

ITS, which helped students get work done without violating the academic honesty policy, died Dec. 22, 2017, of unknown causes. The death was confirmed by Connections Cafe, Gleason Library, and the UR Tech Store.

With fitness Instagram account, Cowie-Haskell promotes body positivity

"I would say fitness and exercise is a really empowering thing, but it can only be empowering if it comes from a place of love and self-care."

Frustration not forgotten after investigation

The demonstration — which drew dozens of students, alumni, and faculty —  found gatherers expecting more from the University and hoping for change as Richard Feldman transitions into the school’s presidency next month.