All Articles by Rachael Sanguinetti

It just gets better and better

Campus Times’ Rachael Sanguinetti sends off the class of 2014.

Public Safety’s proactive stance

UR Public Safety has begun to take a proactive approach in the last few weeks following recent incidents and in preparation for Dandelion Day this …

Seligman addresses heroin allegations

UR President Joel Seligman sent out an email announcement to all students last Friday, addressing the use of heroin on the UR campus. He later …

Dialogue of the Carmelites

“Dialogues of the Carmelites” captivates

Courtesy of Michael Radigan

“Dialogues of the Carmelites” by Francis Poulenc performed last week at Eastman, and it was an absolutely fantastic show. It was …


Hearing results in Sigma Alpha Mu’s probation

Aaron Schaffer / Photo Editor

Sigma Alpha Mu was placed on probation after an internal hearing held on Friday but will be allowed to keep …


‘Kid Tiger’ mixes a laid-back attitude with roaring musicianship

Daniel Ellsworth and the Great Lakes bring both musical virtuosity and a laid-back style to “Kid Tiger”.


Sigma Alpha Mu faces trial

Sigma Alpha Mu, currently housed on the Fraternity Quadrangle, is currently facing charges of hazing. A decision will be made at a hearing on Friday, …

Humans of NY

Humans of New York creator comes to UR

Parsa Lotfi, Photo Editor

Brandon Stanton is, according to Time magazine, one of the most successful people under the age of 30. His blog has …

tim wise

Wise encourages open discussion of racial issues

Aaron Schaffer, Photo Editor

Tim Wise, a nationally-acclaimed anti-racism speaker, spoke to a packed Hoyt Auditotium last Thursday, Feb. 27. He has spoken in all …

Chris Matthews to speak at Commencement

UR Communications announced that Chris Matthews, news commentator and historian, will be the 2014 UR Commencement speaker. The ceremony is scheduled for Sunday, May 18. …


Religious recruiters spark concern

Recent student reports indicate that a religious group not affiliated with UR has been soliciting students on campus during the past few weeks.

Students report that …

Suspicious package sparks action by Public Saftey and RPD

At approximately 11 a.m. on Wednesday, a man entered the post office in the basement of Todd Union. He requested to mail six packages and …

UR Pep Band,  spreading spirit since 2004

UR Pep Band, spreading spirit since 2004

The bound collection of past Campus Times issues from 2004 scrapes through dust as it is pulled off the shelf and propped open to the …

the pit

Dining announces new food options

The University Dining Staff has made many changes to the food being served around campus for the spring semester. These changes have either already been …

Sister Campuses Must Warm Relations

Everyday of the week, big white busses pull up in front of the ITS. Doors open and bus drivers welcome students aboard. Everyday, at least …

McMorrow Performing

McMorrow shows promise on “Post Tropical”

When Bon Iver accepted the 2012 Grammy award for “Best New Artist”, it was an awkward victory for artists on the fringe of mainstream awareness. …

Break of Reality

“Break of Reality” take cello to new heights

Three cellists take the stage. The crowd hushes. The band plays. Their fingers do not move—they flow. Not a babe cries; only the sound presides. …

Brian Regan to clean up Rochester’s comedy scene

Brian Regan to bring his standup genius to Rochester.

Ray LaMontagne

CT Recommends: Ray LaMontagne

Ray LaMontagne delivers soulful, more energetic version of Iron and Wine.


Kicking the competition, one step at a time

UR Celtic will be competing in North America’s first ever intercollegiate Irish Dance competition.

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