Henry Litsky
Photo Editor
Class of 2023
Henry Litsky is a sophomore majoring in Political Science from East Fishkill, New York. Henry first gained photojournalism experience at the school of the New York Times where he learned the fundamentals to photojournalism. Combined with previous photography and video editing experiences from high school, Henry has been able to contribute to both photography and video at the CT. Henry currently serves as the CT Photo Editor, as well as the Video Co-Chief with Zeke Brecher. Outside of the CT, Henry is a campus tour guide and frequently participates in Model United Nations.

Articles by Henry

City-Wide Tenant Union calls for mayor to sign executive order to halt evictions

Organizers were gathered outside of 405 Brown St. where Chris Green, a father of two daughters,  is currently fighting an eviction from his home of four years.

Students occupy frigid DPS lot, Mangelsdorf and DPS chief promise discussion

Six hours into their Saturday occupation of the Department of Public Safety’s parking lot, student activists spoke with President Sarah Mangelsdorf and Commissioner Mark Fischer over issues surrounding DPS.

Watch: Demetrious Dowdell, skating through UR

If you live on River Campus, it's likely you've seen him zooming around. Grad student Demetrious Dowdell reflects on rollerblading at UR in an interview with the Campus Times.

Rochesterians come out in numbers for early voting

Countywide, over 84,000 people have cast their ballot in the first week of early voting in Monroe County, setting a new record. 

UR students petition for new fall break

On Tuesday, an SA Impact petition asking the administration for a new fall break on Nov. 3 and 4 garnered nearly 600 signatures within an hour of its release.

BLM protestors poster Wilson Commons, Rush Rhees

“We want action. So no committees, no sitting down with student groups, they did that all throughout the summer, sat down with so many student leaders [...] just to pacify us,” junior Demilade Oladele said. 

Protestors occupy Rochester City Hall overnight

On the morning of Sept. 15, protesters gathered in front of City Hall to fight for and reiterate the movement’s demands.

Rochester residents and activists respond to the retirement of police Chief Singletary amid calls for change

Rochester residents and demonstrators met the news of Police Chief La'Ron Singletary’s retirement positively, and cited Singletary’s retirement and the convening of a grand Jury as two major victories of the movement.

Reflections on an empty campus

So, what does our campus scenery look like, now that so many of us are gone and those remaining are encouraged to stay inside?

Video highlights from Mangelsdorf’s inauguration

President Sarah Mangelsdorf was officially inaugurated over Meliora Weekend. Here are our highlights from the ceremony.