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.
The evolution of online communication cautions individuals to think about what is posted to public online social media sites.
Despite many changes in modes of production, The Campus Times has remained constant in its regular syndication as well as a leading source of news at UR.
A look back at a 1991 CT article shows us just how far we’ve come.
Rumors of a bomb shelter in Rush Rhees Library are examined with historical evidence
There are four statues of women located between Meliora Hall and Rush Rhees Library. Ever wondered where they came from or why they’re at UR? The Campus Times reported on the unveiling of these figures in 1980 and now has looked back at the story.
While we know and love our school for being all that is the “University of Rochester,” back in 1986, the administration proposed changing the name to clarify UR’s image. After consultations and forums, the name remained as it still is today.
In 1999, a six-year-old student studied at UR, auditing Physics 110. The intelligence level of the boy genius was later questioned after word got out that his mother helped him cheat on the test that labeled him as gifted.
There is only one time of the year when UR transforms from the typical mundane campus filled with scholars into a jungle gym full of …
Back in the ’60s, the Campus Times didn’t have the fierce grip on University news that it cherishes today, now pompously sitting on top of …