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OBOC closes semester, with love

“All You Need is Love!” contained a variety of songs from musicals inspired by the joys of infatuation and romance. The skits performed in each song were quite different from their original enactment, with their own unique UR touch.

BPG shows wild side at spring rendition

BPG was started in 1996 by a group of classical ballet students here at the UR. Although the group retains the name, it has moved to incorporate a variety of dance forms including jazz, hip-hop, tap, acrobatics, and rhythmic gymnastics.

A history of UR’s tunnels

UR’s tunnel system has a history as long as it stretches across campus and between buildings.

Rochester City Ballet pays visit to College Town

The University bookstore organized a storytelling event that featured dance as a center point Thursday afternoon. From toddlers to teenagers, everyone waited eagerly for the dancers to make an appearance.

Undocumented students dare to dream

UR DREAMers are trying to break the myths and stigma associated with terms like “DACA,” “undocumented,” and “illegal alien.”

‘Riverdale’ reinvents, falls flat

“Riverdale” premiered last week on The CW, and no, it’s not comical or goofy or anything else that “Archie” comic readers think of when they think of the series.

‘Eleven Love Songs’ reflects political angst

A fifteen-foot accordion book adorned the center of the gallery on Thursday.

BPG reaches out to Rochester

Strong Auditorium came alive Friday night with the elegant and graceful moves of the UR Ballet Performance Group in their fall show “Out of the Blue.”

Red Ryder brings drama, nostalgia, ’70s aesthetic

The International Theatre Program’s “When you comin’ back, Red Ryder?” premiered last Thursday, opening the fall season to a full house.

Cultures meet via novel translations

A New Yorker at heart, Andrea Labinger gave a literary dimension to The Daily Refresher bar last Tuesday.