Senior Sophia Chima talks about designing costumes for UR performances
Senior Sophia Chima is a Microbiology major and Studio Arts minor who designs costumes for recitals and performances at UR. Staff Writer Xinxin (Ariel) Wang interviewed Chima about some of her costume design projects.
Balancing college and music: how student-run pop-funk band USP does it all
The Campus Times spoke to pop-funk Rochester-based band USP mid-recording session about the creation of their group, working to form and keep a band running as full-time students, and the creative process among engineers.
Local band BB Dang shoots for the ROC stars
Senior Isabella Barbagallo is the main vocalist for BB Dang, a local cover band in the Rochester area, alongside keyboardist Matt Edwards, drummer Mike Valle, guitarist Alex Sherwood, guitarist/vocalist Reid Burton, and bassist/backup vocalist Cam Carlson. The Campus Times had the opportunity to talk to Barbagallo and her bandmates about being in an off-campus band, getting gigs, and the process of working collaboratively with people from different backgrounds and schedules.
Adopted Students' Alliance
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.
hedwig and the angry inch
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.
UR Alum’s app brings barbers to POC students at PWIs
“There was always someplace that we could go to and just congregate and get things off our chest. [...] That's how the barbershop [became] a cultural institution.”
UR Baja SAE challenges students to design and race off-road vehicles
UR Baja SAE is a student organization on campus that designs, manufactures, assembles, analyzes, and then races a single-seat off-road vehicle.
UR Student startup hopes to use biotech to improve client’s athletic performance
After working for several biotech companies to develop biomechanics to help athletes achieve peak performance, Krishnan decided to start his own - Liquid Sportslab. Whilst trying to launch his company, Krishnan also juggled STEM courses, being the president of Psi Upsilon, research, internships, TA positions, and being a pitcher on the UR Varsity Baseball team.