Justin Trombly
Editor-in-Chief
Class of 2018
Justin Trombly is a senior majoring in English & Political Science from Chazy, NY. He's interned with the Plattsburgh Press-Republican, the Glens Falls Post-Star, and The Buffalo News. Ask him about ice cream.

Articles by Justin

Longtime acting professor dies, is remembered by students

In her classes, she sought to understand her students as people, to nurture their self-confidence.

BCS committee worked on behavior guidelines amid Jaeger rumors

The University did not adopt the guidelines, but the suggestions ultimately influenced some changes in the faculty handbook in May.

Levy out as It’s On Us co-chair as SA forms task force

SA President Jordan Smith and Vice President Becca Mooney asked Levy to step down Tuesday and she agreed, they told the Campus Times.

Jaeger placed on leave as investigation commissioned by UR

Professor T. Florian Jaeger has been put on administrative leave as a newly-formed committee investigates "all matters involving the EEOC…

Lindsay Wrobel, protest organizer, in fifth day of hunger strike

Wrobel has no plans to stop until University President Joel Seligman fires Professor T. Florian Jaeger or resigns himself.

Protesters find hidden writings on Jaeger’s school site

Jaeger said the page originated from his pre-grad school and grad-school days and was a place for him and friends to exchanged poetry and other writings.

Seligman faces hundreds as campus outrage peaks

Seligman told the audience that the pain and frustration he feels over this situation “is as acute as anything I’ve felt in my 12-plus years here,” but many called this — and the entire forum — just lip service.

Jaeger to cease teaching undergraduate class

T. Florian Jaeger, the professor accused in the sexual harassment complaint against UR that has consumed campus, will no longer…

Looking back — and forward — on our success

At the Campus Times’ general interest meeting on Sept. 3, looking on from the sidelines as our section editors chatted…

Students struck by Harvey find support at school

One effort underway is a partnership between the Burgett Intercultural Center, some Greek life groups, students from the River and Eastman campuses, and local organizations to put on a benefit concert in late October.