Will Leve
Culture Editor
Class of 2022
Will Leve is a junior majoring in Psychology and English Literature from Rochester, New York. He is currently a Culture Editor for the Campus Times with Olivia Alger. On campus, he is also involved with the student radio, WRUR.

Articles by Will

2020 has shown me that misery does not love company

Sometimes I convince myself that I’m starting to find my place, that I might finally end up like those happy characters on sitcoms I aspired to when I was little, but it always comes crashing down.

My first weekend with PlayStation 5

The PlayStation 5 is an awesome piece of tech with great games, and my first weekend with the thing was honestly unforgettable.

‘Pet Sounds’ is a testament to the vulnerability of growing up

The record is a monument to the hardships of growing up, and transforms the momentary pain of life into something permanent and sublime: a monument to our collective experience. 

We’re closer than you think: Mizin Shin’s ‘Small World Network Model’

The piece does a wonderfully minimalist job at representing how our social and economic systems seem to function.

Changing things up: PASApella is still singing in the face of COVID-19

The creativity and effort the group has shown this fall in pursuit of their passion for a cappella is nothing short of admirable.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 is a reminder of what makes video games fun

As a total package, the game makes a successful argument for “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater’s” relevance in 2020, and acts as a reminder that great game design ages like fine wine. 

Make sure your motivation is yours

Once the goals you work toward for other people’s approval or money come to fruition, you might find yourself much less satisfied than you expected.

The RPO Delivered at Their 19th Amendment Celebration Concert

The RPO’s 19th Amendment Anniversary Celebration was a heartfelt tribute to one of the most important events in American history.

A look into Rochester’s historical jazz scene

African American communities have contributed greatly to the American musical scene, but one genre with especially strong ties to Rochester is Jazz.

AJR’s D-Day concert was an intimate success

UR students were given an intimate and engaging experience that just about met every expectation possible given our current circumstances.