All Articles by Leah Buletti

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Topudurti, Corrado win SA election

In an uncontested election, Topudurti and Corrado win the offices of SA president and vice president, respectively.


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Campus Briefs

UR libraries receive rare book from First Unitarian Church of Rochester.


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Intermodal Transportation Center construction to commence in Aug.

A new Amtrak station to be built on the site of the old station will improve customer amenities and handicap accessibility.


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Increased monetary goals drive United Way

UR President Joel Seligman is the chair of this year’s campaign, and is hoping to raise $1.5 million dollars.


In Rochester

A collections of news involving the city of Rochester.


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Yolanda Moses awarded Frederick Douglass Medal for work on race

Yolanda Moses received the award for her work exploring the biological similarities of race.


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Students raise concerns, give suggestions to College Town developers

College Town developers took student feedback on Wednesday, Jan. 23.


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Two graduate students victims of on-campus armed robbery

The on-campus armed robbery Sunday, Jan. 20 prompts review of UR security protocols.


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Partial bar bus hiatus remains amid alleged violations

Little student interest in fully re-instating bar buses has been seen since last February, despite alleged instances of groups violating bar bus policy.


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Speaking Fellows tutoring program to supplement Writing Center

UR will launch a Speaking Fellows program next semester to supplement the existing Writing Fellows tutoring service that is offered.


Campus Briefs

UR founds Institute of Popular Music

In an effort to promote and support a broad range of popular music, UR founded the Institute of Popular Music …


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Relationship woes spur fence attack

Your weekly dose of crime, injury and malady.


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Student Code of Conduct under review

A committee has embarked on an endeavor to assess and update the language of the Principles of Student Conduct by the end of this academic year.


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MAG launches app for iOS devices, Sculpture Park proceeding on pace

The Memorial Art Gallery has launched a new smartphone app to enhance the visitor experience and spur educational initiatives.


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MERT expands services to Riverview for four-week trial period

MERT has expanded its emergency response services to the Riverview Apartments area for a four week trial period.


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Man peddles for gas, student complies

Your weekly dose of theft, injury and problems.


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Towers renovations to continue this winter

Renovations began this past summer in Anderson and Wilder Towers, including improvements to lobbies, will continue over winter break. Changes to departments that will be moving into Dewey Hall this winter have also been announced.


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Hurricane Sandy devastates New York region, Rochester incurs minimal damage

Hurricane Sandy caused immense damage to huge swatches of the East Coast this week, but left UR and the city of Rochester relatively unscathed.


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Cross country finishes 6th of 8, optimistic for regionals

Cross country teams for both men and women finish 6th of 8, but look forward to regionals.


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Dining proposes three potential options for 2013-14 meal plans

Dining proposed three different options for 2013-14 academic year meal plans, one of which is an all Declining plan, at the Students’ Association Senate meeting on Monday, Oct. 22.


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