Archives - Matt Lerner
Equestrian Club trots its way into lives of UR students
UR Equestrian allows students of all horseback riding abilities the chance to take weekly lessons and compete in monthly competitions against surrounding colleges and universities.
Kosher options for Passover prompt student concern
Lack of Passover-friendly options incites student concern over limited kosher foods on campus.
UR’s annual Relay For Life moves students to end cancer
The American Cancer Society's Relay For Life to spread awareness and raise funds towards cancer research and programs will take place from Friday, Apr. 12 through Saturday, Apr. 13.
Tapas 177 offers unique fare, atmosphere for young crowd
Tapas 177 on St. Paul Street offers a new take on traditional Spanish cuisine through a variety of both tapas-style and entrée portions.
ROTC shares experiences, voices opinions on gender differences
ROTC students speak out about their program as well as gender relations within it.
Sex and the CT
Cashing in your v-card: the value of your virginity today
[caption id="attachment_49662" align="alignnone" width="300"] Courtesy of Tumblr.com[/caption] When you’re a hormonal teenager in high school, you’re typically thinking about three…
Todd Theatre offers theatrical possibility to all UR students
[caption id="attachment_49602" align="alignnone" width="204"] Courtesy of Alex Kurland[/caption] Each day, hundreds of UR students find themselves in and out of…
Jean Giambrone passes away, leaves women’s sports ever better
[caption id="attachment_49492" align="alignnone" width="204"] Courtesy of Fronteirfield.org[/caption] Early last week, UR alumna, icon, and pioneer and hero for female sportswriters…
Fill Fauver encourages student attendance, enthusiasm at athletic events
[caption id="attachment_47592" align="alignnone" width="300"] Courtesy of Alexander Eadie[/caption] This upcoming weekend, the Yellowjackets will take on many teams in a…