Henry LitskyPhoto 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.
Masks mandate ‘temporarily’ reinstated regardless of vaccine status, students split
On Aug. 9, UR reinstated the indoor mask requirement for all University campuses in a message from the President’s Office,…
New student orientation brings back traditions, excludes new sophomores
Incoming first-years and sophomores were welcomed last week with the renewal of many Rochester traditions that were cancelled last year…
Students required to be vaccinated for COVID-19 for upcoming academic year
All undergraduate and graduate students will be required to get COVID-19 vaccinations before they arrive on campus for the upcoming…
URAC holds protest during Mangelsdorf event, demands action
On Thursday, the UR Abolition Coalition (URAC) staged a protest at the in-person Casual Conversations with President Mangelsdorf event.
RPD Protest Images 2/23/21
On February twenty third, protestors took to the streets after a Grand Jury declined to indite officers involved in the…
Rochestarians take to the streets after Grand Jury exonerates officers involved in Daniel Prude’s death
Demonstrators spoke on perceived failures of the criminal justice system, but also on potential fixes, like Daniel’s Law, a piece of state-level legislation that calls for regional and state councils.
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.