Micah Greenberg
Features Editor
Class of 2021

Articles by Micah

Fenno remembered as scholar, teacher, and colleague

Fenno, who was vital to the development of UR’s political science department as one of the field’s best in the nation, died at the age of 93 on April 21, from what was deemed a likely case of COVID-19.

Admissions sees changes in face of COVID-19

While much of the incoming Class of 2024 saw a move to online learning just weeks before the deadline to enroll, prospective applicants for the Class of 2025 face a rapidly-changing admissions landscape.

URMC studies COVID-19 immune system responses

The study may impact efforts to create a vaccine for the virus by investigating questions like why there are so many mild and asymptomatic infections, whether people can be re-infected, and whether the virus is mutating.

Bernie Sanders continues to exist

Sanders hopes that coronavirus strengthens the case for Medicare for All, which would make finding out your hospital has run out of ventilators free.

We don’t care enough about actual games

Sports media puts a heavy focus on off-the-field stories, but is that what fans want to see?

Ken Jennings crowned king of ‘Jeopardy!,’ becomes vaguely famous

Jennings defeated longtime rival Brad Rutter and newcomer James Holzhauer, and is now even occasionally recognized when walking down the street. 

Too many games ruins a season

Some fans lose interest in the regular season when leagues play upwards of 100 games.

Treatment is different when you’re one of the best

This past Wednesday, LeBron James tested the limits of the rules of basketball.  In the first quarter of a game…

Ever Better CDCS

No amount of rearranging your labs and workshops will ever make Orgo go away, you poor suckers. Dump those "required" courses and take these ones instead!

Streaks are made to be ended

If you told a baseball fan 20 years ago that the Montreal Expos would move to Washington, they would not…