Research Rochester: Huishan Shi uses her passion for microbiology to study her own illness
Shi has always been interested in the human's immune system, leading her to study Microbiology. Personally affected by atopic dermatitis, Huishan joined the Beck Lab that focuses on the protein CLDN1 and its relationship to atopic dermatitis.
Nothing Beets College Night at the Westside Farmers Market
As a Genesee St. resident, this wasn’t my first time at the market, but I was excited to see the special events included for College Night.
O’Brien laboratory leads the way on iron absorption studies
Dr. Kimberly O’Brien and her colleague Dr. Zhenglong Gu are leading the FeGenes study to determine how hereditary hemochromatosis, or iron overload, varies by population group.
Students react to recent dining service operations and changes
Dining Services has currently had to change its service hours and operation of locations due to mass staff shortages.
UR Matched: A fresh start to matchmaking on campus
Given the hiatus of UR Marriage Pact, UR Matched aims to full this gap in matchmaking on campus, creating fulfilling relationships amongst students. Despite expectations, UR Matched has been extremely successful, attracting over a hundred applicants.
The students behind community weekend headliners
The artist selection process starts with a list generated by general members of SPB. At a general meeting, members will discuss who they think should be the artist for upcoming events. At the end of the discussions, SPB has a list of artists for future events.
UR alumnus brings new life to Tin Roof
After graduating in 2019, Chitaphong never imagined he'd go on to run Tin Roof, a popular bar near campus. Although it wasn't easy learning to run a business in the midst of the pandemic, Chitaphong has a vision for Tin Roof - making it the best time for as many people possible.
from the archives
The origins of UR’s underground self-expression
The iconic stretch of tunnel underneath Eastman Quad used to constantly change, with new colors and messages from students, for students. Since the 60s, political messages, club promotions, and even sexual innuendos filled the walls, until this past year.
class of 2025
The orientation team: Planning for an uncertain future
Last-minute changes have been challenging for the team, but nothing exemplifies their tireless search for silver linings better than the forward-thinking orientation theme.