Day in the Life: Triple Major at the Eastman School of Music

Yuyang Xie is a senior majoring in Financial Economics, Mathematics, and Piano Performance at the Eastman School of Music.

UR affiliate aims to return Rochester to its former tech hub glory

NextCorps is a Rochester-based non-profit and UR affiliate helping local tech startups get off the ground. Their hope is to see our region become one of the nation’s top tech hubs.

Founders of the Adopted Students Alliance talk about starting a new club

Sophomores Margo Moore and Katie O’Leary are two of the founders of the Adopted Students Alliance (ASA), which is one of the newest clubs on campus. The Campus Times had the opportunity to talk to them about ASA, its function on campus, and how the process of starting a new club works.

First-year Gabriel Pierce on Todd Union’s production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch

As a result of the premiere of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” the Campus Times had the chance to interview one of the cast members.

Research at Rochester: Rajaoberison helps explore the universe through machine learning

Rajaoberison writes machine learning algorithms to help James Webb’s 18 primary mirrors position themselves and counter piston phase error.

Day in the Life: Washington Semester

CT interviewed Angel Alfaro to learn about how the Washington Semester functions, what their experience has been like applying and going through with the programming, and what advice they have for prospective applicants.

Urban undoing: the flaws of the inner loop

Every city has some significant thoroughfare through which these transportation systems operate. Rochester has the Inner Loop.

CT community mourns alum Miguel Rodriguez

Miguel’s story is a testament to the Campus Times as an organization. His death inspired an immediate reaction from those that cared about him.

A Day in the Life: Art NY student

Junior Nathan Cobbs is an Art History and Studio Arts double major in the Art New York program for the Spring 2022 semester. The CT interviewed Cobbs to learn more about his experience so far, why he chose to apply, and what he’d tell prospective applicants.

Political science professor tackles the relationship between business and politics

Created in 2014, Politics and Markets Project aims to bring diverse perspectives to campus and foster education, research, and debate on the ever-changing nature of business and government.