Henry Litsky
News 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

COVID-19 cases spike on campus

At least 132 River Campus students have reported positive COVID-19 cases during the past two weeks, filling Whipple Park’s isolation…

March 31 presidential debate gives UR a look into SA hopefuls

While the candidates explained the ideal relationship between student government and administration, a small mechanical whirr could be heard from…

Lean output agreement reached between URMC & LPSA

Lean prices have dropped off steeply over the past month as the LPSA and URMC continued high outputs amid price disagreements while demand rapidly dropped off as consumers fled to ketamine in droves.

Dining updates include GrubHub ending Feb. 14

Many students who spoke with the Campus Times were disappointed about the closure of off-campus GrubHub purchases. 

Pete Davidson offers advice, scolds hecklers at Winterfest

Davidson talked about his time on SNL, his dislike of “Euphoria,” Willem Dafoe’s large penis, Adam Sandler, showed some of his tattoos, and gave his advice on various topics, including recommending ketamine to the entire student body.

New guidelines for campus as in-person classes resume

UR is trying to shift most aspects of university life back to campus, with a modified hybrid model requiring professors to accommodate students in isolation or quarantine, but prioritizing masked, in-person learning. 

REJI Towards a World Without Prisons zoom a success

At 3 p.m. on Martin Luther King Junior Day, the Rochester Education Justice Initiative (REJI) hosted the “Towards a World Without Prisons” Zoom panel, featuring representatives of eight organizations working to decarcerate New York.

UR online until at least Jan. 31, students without approval to remain at home

Students will not be allowed on campus early unless granted permission by the University.

REJI holds event 50 years after Attica prison uprising

The Rochester Education Justice Initiative (REJI) hosted a panel on Friday, Sept. 10 to discuss the Attica uprising and its meaning 50 years later. 

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,…