Each year, select members of the junior class are tapped to become members of The Keidaean Society, a secret society honoring those who have contributed to many facets of campus life.
Running to class by day, strutting down a fashion runway by night, some UR students find time in their busy schedules to maintain careers as models.
With recent SA funding, the Japanese Students’ Association hopes to continue to engage campus in traditional Japanese culture.
Since 1951, D-Day on the River Campus has adapted to fit the changing needs of the UR student body to welcome spring and the final weeks of classes.
When thinking about the different reading clubs on campus, two major clubs come to mind: UReading and Partners in Reading.
Special interest housing contributes a unique element to UR residential life as they work to put on events throughout campus.
It does take some planning, but if you want to have the experience of a lifetime while still building career-relevant experience, the world is yours.
“Bash by the Books” is a courageous endeavor being explored on a campus that is mixed in its feelings about party management.
Nathaniel Mulberg promotes sports broadcasting on campus.
UR Equestrian allows students of all horseback riding abilities the chance to take weekly lessons and compete in monthly competitions against surrounding colleges and universities.