Haven WorleyNews Editor
Haven Worley is a first-year majoring in Film and Digital Media Studies from Portland, Oregon. She is a News Editor for the Campus Times with Ashley Yoon and Sanghamitra Subba. On campus, she is a DJ for The Sting. In her spare time, she loves taking on creative projects related to film, music, and writing.
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UR Medicine study links redlining in Rochester to premature birth rates
“This is further evidence of the influence of a legacy of structural racism on the disproportionate burden of adverse pregnancy outcomes for Black women in the U.S.,” Hollenbach said in an article published in URMC news.
UR to observe Juneteenth as an official University holiday
Beginning in 2022, the University will officially observe Juneteenth as a University holiday.
Talk on international students’ challenges inspires action for UR
On Thursday, Nov. 3, over 20 participants attended the Humanities Center’s event featuring a lecture by Dr. Lakmali Jayasinghe titled “The Burdens of Borders: Understanding International Students’ Challenges through Oral History Narratives.”
Anti-Jaeger protest held over Mel Weekend, Jaeger responds
During Meliora Weekend, an estimated 40 people protested against Tim Florian Jaeger, a professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Computer Science who, in 2016, had been accused of alleged sexual misconduct.
New report reveals the University’s economic regional impact
A new report has found that University’s economic reach in the greater Rochester region has more than doubled in the…
Yellowjacket Weekend brings students together after an isolating year
After almost a year and a half of remote learning, UR has kicked off the start of a fully in-person semester with Yellowjacket Weekend.
COVID-19 updates: Cases rise in time for student arrival
As the Delta variant spreads and students return to campus, new COVID-19 school-wide policies have been put in place for…
A review of the spring semester’s mental health advocacy
There are many resources for UR students, both remote and on-campus, although most have been entirely online due to the pandemic. Resources that support students who are struggling include the University Counseling Center (UCC), the UR CARE Network, UR Connected, the Health Promotion Office, and many more.