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Fenno remembered as scholar, teacher, and colleague

Fenno, who was vital to the development of UR’s political science department as one of the field’s best in the nation, died at the age of 93 on April 21, from what was deemed a likely case of COVID-19.

CT Cooks: Baking bad to baking bread, Part 2

Hey everybody, it’s Jane, covering this week’s CT Cooks for Adina Goldstein. Welcome to the finale of a two part…

From the Archives: The pig and the dropout

When Walter R. Brooks started at UR for college in 1904, it seemed like he was unhappily on track to…

CT Cooks: Baking bad to breaking bread, Part 1

Hey everybody, it’s Jane, covering this week’s CT Cooks for Adina Goldstein. Welcome to a two part series about that good…

UR Snapshots Vol.13: Managing academics from home

The end of the school year is coming up, and that means exams, projects, essays, and everything else stressful. We asked students how they’re managing their academics from home as we buckle down for finals. 

Student t-shirt sales raise hundreds for coronavirus relief

Like many organizations that are creating programs, or modifying existing ones, UTees is helping fight the pandemic through donations. Now, we all attend the same school, and have the tee shirts to prove it.

Food Pantry open to all UR students

For students still in Rochester, the Food Pantry is in full swing. In the first floor of Wilson Commons, the…
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UR religious communities keep traditions remotely

Holy Week and Passover are traditionally times that bring communities together, but how do people come together in a time of social distancing? 

UR Snapshots Vol.12: Revisiting old hobbies

People have found a host of new ways to keep themselves busy and entertained while homebound. We asked our UR peers about any new or regained hobbies.

Research at Rochester: Kazemi examines the problem of human-caused methane

Scientists like senior Roxana Kazemi have been studying the damage that methane has caused on the environmental forefront.