Rochester Life

For astronomy aficionados, Mees a guiding star

“We do some fantastic stargazing away from the city lights using an actual observatory, and people are able to see amazing features in the night sky that they have never seen before like galaxies, star clusters, and nebulae,” Spiewak said.

UR’s chamber of secrets and its writing on the wall

Normally taboo or too personal topics like rape, mental health, abuse, or addiction have found a place on the off-yellow walls.

Rochester Running Company jogging group brings people together

The Rochester Running Company is home to a community of people that come together every week to do what they love: run.

The Little Box brings city music scene underground

Music, memorabilia, and bread can all be found at The Little Box, an underground music venue.

Rexpo thrills passionate community

The Rochester Reptile Expo is “Herpetoculture for Herpers by Herpers.”

A history of UR’s tunnels

UR’s tunnel system has a history as long as it stretches across campus and between buildings.

Fight the decline of declining

It’s that time of the semester again. Your Declining has declined to the point of no return.

Spurrier’s eerie abandoned pool

With its twists and never-ending turns, Spurrier Hall always has something new to show a student passing through.

To Niagara Falls: A never-ending bike ride

On a chilly October morning, six ambitious rowers set off on a rather unconventional and strenuous Fall Break adventure: biking to Niagara Falls.

Cross-contamination prompts allergy accommodation in Douglass

When it comes to serving a campus community of over 6,000 undergraduates, successfully accommodating the dietary restrictions of every student who walks into a dining hall can be a daunting task.