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CT Eats: Sakura House’s food blossoms with flavor

One nice adjustment was making the individual wheels of negimaki perfectly bite-sized. Being able to eat the negimaki in one bite allowed for all the flavors to burst in your mouth at once.

Research Rochester: Pillow encourages resilience through dance

“It’s about celebrating how you can move, how useful that is and how beautiful that is. Everyone moves, so everyone can dance.”

CT Eats: Aladdin’s puts the magic in Mediterranean food

The restaurant had a very welcoming aesthetic. Warm colors, plants, and tons of natural light made for a friendly, comfortable, inviting atmosphere — perfect for an impending food coma.

Research Rochester: Biochemist Hoey finds candidates for bio-based materials

Scientists, including Madeline Hoey, are working to develop bio-based composites from plant waste to replace unsustainable petroleum-based materials.

Paul Burgett: A man of music and charisma

Burgett, who died on his Aug. 22, his 72nd birthday, had been involved with UR as a student, dean, professor, and vice president for 54 years. By the time of his death, he had become one of the most respected and beloved members of the University community.

Research Rochester: Senior astrophysicist explores the mysteries of the universe

Astrophysicist Elise McCarthy spent her summer at the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in La Serena, Chile, characterizing Reticulum III, a dwarf galaxy so small, it might not be a galaxy at all.

The latest move in the campus alcohol scene? A dry frat

Despite the sometimes nitpicky policies, it’s clear that the University isn’t trying to keep students from drinking.

This Week in the Campus Times: April 9

Junior Daren Venable’s trial begins in the stabbing death of junior Jeffrey Bordeaux, Jr.

CT Eats: Battle of the barbecues: Does Sticky Lips hold up against Dino?

Just like Dino, Sticky Lips aims to capture the Americana look of old-school barbecue houses off the open road, like the ones in some motorcycle road trip movie. The difference is that Sticky Lips has way brighter lighting and a less-crowded feel.

UR used to serve beer on campus. What happened?

Before 1984, Yellowjacket Day — as Yellowjacket Weekendwas then only a one-day event — served alcohol, a Campus Times story from that year reported. The University gave away free beer.