Hailie Higgins
Editor-in-Chief
Class of 2022
Hailie Higgins is a junior majoring in Political Science and Digital Journalism from Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Before her position as Editor-in-Chief, Hailie served as the Opinions editor during her freshman and sophomore years. She started her journalism career in high school, writing op-eds and culture articles for her hometown’s paper, the Doylestown Intelligencer. Outside of the CT, Hailie works as a Communications and Marketing Specialist for the Greene Center for Career Education.

Articles by Hailie

UHS cancels J&J vaccine clinic

The announcement came in an email from University Communications at 8 a.m., about 30 minutes before the first dose was to be administered.

Study finds link between gaming and decreased sex life

That’s right, more and more men are playing videogames in their parents basement, and it’s having an impact on their sex life. 

CT Eats: Good luck affording the entire menu at Good Luck

Even with the meal-sharing, Good Luck is a little out of the college kid’s budget. But if you’re looking to splurge, consider taking a drive.

CT Eats: Rise and grind with five local coffee shops

Escaping the lull of campus can be a challenge and is considerably more difficult during the pandemic. A coffee shop could be the key to salvation, and Rochester has some great ones.

Runner responds to student concerns over lunch

On Monday, Nov. 16, 15 students attended a Zoom lunch hour with Jeffrey Runner, Dean of the College in Arts, Sciences, and Engineering, to air grievances and ask questions about whatever they wanted. 

Executive Director of ResLife Talks About Plans for Winter Stay, Spring Semester

Students looking to stay on campus over the extra-long winter break will be able to snag a room free of charge if they already have a housing contract for the school year. 

Sports section on pause for the foreseeable future

Due to a lack of writers, editors, and general interest, as well as COVID-19 disruptions to the normal sports seasons, the Campus Times has decided to discontinue the Sports section.

PA Attorney General reflects on his time at UR

But after deciding against pre-med and getting cut from the basketball team, Shapiro decided to try out student government, spending his first year as a senator. That spring, “when they were taking nominations for president, I said ‘you know what, I love this school, I care deeply about these issues [...] I’ll give it a shot.’”

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.

May Room mini golf solidly whelming

In an all time glow, I spent part of my Friday night in the may room, putting a neon yellow…