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Women Mean Business draws the curtain on discrimination in music

“I want to get to a place where female composers are regular instead of some special rare thing, where it’s not even a second thought.”

CT Eats: Food, Fun, and Flowers at Lilac Fest

The turkey leg is too big to get your mouth around, and the meat is so tender that you can just tear it off. Felt like Medieval Times. Would recommend.

From the Archives: UR’s Gates gave morphine its structure

Marshall Gates Jr., a renowned UR chemist, described his morphine synthesis as “by a considerable margin the best and most important work I’ve ever done.”

Want to see gender inequality at UR? Look at the sculptures.

“People we honor seem to be more and more men, white men in particular [...] We have hundreds of women alumni who are super important. Where are they?”

Josh Luo was quiet, but his multifaceted impact was not

“He doesn’t really stop smiling,” sophomore Ilene Kang said. “In awkward or tense situations, he also smiles.”

CT Eats: Chocolate is the star at Hedonist Artisan Chocolates

As fantastic as the fun flavors were, they perfectly balanced with the real star of Hedonist: luscious, luxurious fresh chocolate.

Research Rochester: In biochem and Italian, Guerra is authentically herself

Guerra added, “I do not know if it makes me a more well-rounded person. I can only say that it makes me who I am.”

Before Quad Fox, there was Rinky: Siberian husky and perennial SA candidate

A Siberian husky who prowled campus in the ‘70s and ‘80s, Rinky earned around 15 percent of the vote in multiple SA presidential elections.

CT Eats: Mamma G’s a mixed bag

As much as I adored those entrees, dessert left me wanting. Our waitress, who had a good track record with the timballo, claimed that “Dario’s dessert” was the best dessert. I hope that statement was her personal opinion and not the restaurant’s advertising, because if that is their signature dessert, then I think they’ve neglected that department.

UR senior ‘ready to battle’ in ‘American Ninja Warrior’

Schlageter built a ninja course in his backyard when he was 14 to prepare. “I would set myself really difficult challenges — things I could not do." He added, “It’s just a matter of repeatedly failing — trying to figure out what went wrong that time and making adjustments. I know that I can do it because it’s doable.”