Mindful University Project tackles mental health amidst pandemic
Being a college student itself is already challenging enough, but especially so in the midst of midterms season, political elections, and the COVID-19 pandemic. Having to juggle numerous responsibilities often leads to immense stress, which takes a toll on students’ mental wellbeing.
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Abdul Bounds: On the front lines of the Rochester BLM movement
If you’ve seen him at protests, you’ve probably never seen his face, but you would still recognize his orange balaclava, homemade Black Lives Matter flag, and Black Panther jacket. He is almost always in black-out clothing, and his tall wiry frame often hunched to hide his height.
CT Eats: Southern comfort at the Sweet Potato Pie Place
So for the rest of the year, I will be using CT Eats to review only Black-owned businesses. Thankfully, there are so many phenomenal ones right here in Rochester, so finding places to try out has been a slice of pie so far — a slice of Gladys’ pie from the locally-famous Sweet Potato Pie Place, to be specific.
Research at Rochester: Yahn’s worldwide journey studying the brain
Scientists like Bryce Yahn have been researching and coding neural networks from Boston to Berlin to right here in Rochester.
Student discusses life with autoimmune disorder in forthcoming book
When she began her first semester at UR, M.A. felt as if everything was in place. She loved her classes, made new friends, and was starting to feel at home despite having moved across the world from Lebanon to the U.S. It wasn’t until finals week that she began to feel more exhausted than normal.