Wil Aiken
Editor-in-Chief
Class of 2021

Articles by Wil

I.M. Pei, Wilson Commons architect, is dead at 102

I.M. Pei, the famed architect who designed the Louvre’s glass pyramid, the John F. Kennedy Library, and the University’s Wilson…

Browsing through Rochester’s used bookstores

There are few things like a used bookstore. There’s the distinctive smell, probably a cat slinking around, old records in…

Inside Rochester’s police accountability struggle

In front of Rochester’s City Council on April 16, Phyllis Harmon tearfully opened her neck brace, showing what she says…

Armed with down-to-earth energy, Neon Trees keeps the rain off D-day’s parade

In short, the name of the game was energy. Glenn came prepared.

Feldman’s decision: No new armed DPS shifts, but freedom for armed supervisors

The decision took six months, a sit-in demonstration, a public forum, and a new 27-person committee.

Feldman’s gun proposal decision coming Monday

President Feldman’s decision regarding the proposal to arm public safety officers on Eastman and River Campuses will be made public…

Gun proposal recommendations to be released by week’s end, Feldman’s decision to come

The Review Board voted on their recommendation for the proposal on Tuesday. Feldman said he received their recommendation the following day.

In debate, SA presidential candidates promote policies, cite experience and skills

Candidates vying for the position of SA president and vice president presented their stances and values in a debate held by SA on Monday evening.

ROC Players’ ‘Bright Star,’ syrupy sweet and hard to resist

If you had described the ROC Players’ performance of the bluegrass musical “Bright Star” to me, I would have hated…

Fox harmless, EH&S says, but not to be approached or fed

A fox seen around River Campus in past weeks is nothing to fear, but students shouldn’t feel free to approach or feed the beast.