All Articles by Drue Sokol

Beatles planetarium laser show dazzles

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“The Beatles in Laser Light,” which was held Saturday, Jan.16. at the Rochester Museum and Science Center Strasenburgh Planetarium, was an awe-inspiring …

Give Me A Break

Shark Wit

A Propos

Get It?

Annual Clothesline Festival enthralls with eccentric vendors

The annual Clothesline Festival was an absolute joy, despite dealing with uncooperative weather.

ANTM creator not exuding model behavior

Reality TV classic, the CW’s “America’s Next Top Model” enacts some extreme changes — including the firing of fan’s favorite judges.

Fish Are Friends

Doodle of the Week

CT Recommends: ‘A Book of Luminous Things’

CT Recommends: “A Book of Luminous Things.” This anthology of poetry, edited by Czeslaw Milosz, is a favorite of poetry-lovers everywhere.

Club Spotlight: Optics not ominous: a window into OSA’s ocular world

UR’s chapter of the Optics Society of America knows how to balance education and fun. A group of excellent engineers, OSA’s members also like to play laser tag and participate in the annual Photon Cup.

Too young; too old: a case of junioritis

The pressure of simultaneously planning the future while managing the present can cause serious stress for juniors.

CT Recommends: ‘Bossypants’

This hilarious and to-the-point memoir by Tina Fey not only describes the ups and downs of her acting career, but also her life as a child and now as a mother of two young. Warning: If you read this book, you will laugh, so make sure to find yourself a quiet corner!

NJR travels back to the 1950s for ‘American Bandstand’ show

No Jackets Required (NJR) took inspiration from the 1950s in their “American Bandstand” show on Friday.

CT Recommends “Something Missing”

How do you describe a well-written novel about an OCD thief who interferes with the lives of people from whom he steals? “Quirky” might be …

Cutting down those abbrevs in vocab

Drue Sokol, a CT Photo Editor, takes a look at abbreviated words in everyday syntax.

It’s Spring! – March 31, 2011

Doodle of the Week – March 24, 2011

Doodle of the Week – February 24, 2011

‘How I Met Your Mother’ gets serious

Everyone has a favorite TV show — mine is “How I Met Your Mother.” The show’s quick wit and hilarious (though sometimes predictable) plotlines made me initially fall in love

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