Features

One giant leap for mankind…from Earth

This is still just the beginning of the quest to find life. Only time will tell if Earth is really alone.

It’s about the journey, not the destination

The first step is to ensure consent among all parties. The next step is to get down and dirty.

Deli Sandro’s next big move

Deli Sandro's is moving...across the street.

Thousands of books remain unread

Thousands of unread books lie in the stacks of Rush Rhees—what is to be done?

Senior empowers students to celebrate diversity

“Whether it means taking it all in, stepping back, or reevaluating, sometimes I need to be reminded that I’m human,” she says.

The hidden truth of Hillside prices

But Hillside food still seems a bit pricey, even compared to other convenience stores. Why does it cost so much? And where is all that money really going?

Undocumented students dare to dream

UR DREAMers are trying to break the myths and stigma associated with terms like “DACA,” “undocumented,” and “illegal alien.”

Reefat Aziz: debating across borders

Reefat has turned the table, using his Key Scholar project and his mastery of debate to help both his new community of Rochester and his home back in Bangladesh.

Dining Services’ love for students isn’t always mutual, they say

While swiping into the dining hall, student engagement with employees rarely graduates from the ritualistic “hello, how are you?”

Community kitchen offers cooking space for student groups

On the fourth floor of Frederick Douglass Commons is a mysterious space unknown to many students.