CT Eats: The Old Toad has British warmth for the Rochester cold
Pub food isn’t about complexity or culinary perfection. It’s about some good old-fashioned comfort. And The Old Toad definitely comforted me and my soul on one of those -14 wind chill days when I question why on Earth I decided to move further upstate for school.
Research Rochester: Computational physicist Tetef studies mysterious subatomic particles
“Something broke the early symmetry between matter and antimatter in the universe,” Manly said. “This gives origin to the predominance of matter. Without it, we wouldn’t be here.”
YouTube-famous Eastman students show K-pop in a new light
The channel lies at the intersection of K-pop reactions and musical analysis. For Chang, the videos on Reacttothek go past simply reacting to K-pop. They delve into “what creates specific emotions, or why a beat makes you feel a certain way,” Chang said.
Research Rochester: Senior Lim engages in diverse research experiences
Lim’s senior design project will involve 3D printing, which is unrelated to the research she has done independently. She is currently doing research using electroencephalogram (EEG) technology to decode the relationship between hearing and vision.
CT Eats: Founders Cafe nice but not impressive
While there is a gorgeous, bright mural on one of the walls, the overall atmosphere and décor did not lend themselves to that really comfortable vibe I was searching for. The food also seemed to follow this theme of “nice, but not too impressive.”
Research Rochester: Hoang’s psychology research connects to her Vietnamese roots
Hoang wanted to connect her interest in psychology with her Vietnamese roots. She began working with Thuy-Vy Nguyen in the psychology department at UR to investigate parent-child relationships in Asian cultures.