Hell freezes over, campus stays open

Within the first day of Feldman’s presidency, temperatures plummeted over 30 degrees, freezing Rochester even deeper than the tunnels beneath the buildings.

GOP says: Ban schools

This past Friday, GOP lawmakers announced a party-wide initiative to end school shootings by banning schools.

Russia hosts Alternate Olympics to protest ban

Banned from attending the Olympics by the International Olympic Committee, Russian president Vladimir Putin has created his own.

Microsoft announces new product: The Zune

In response to Apple's market domination, Microsoft announced the release of their new MP3 player, the Zune.

Confessions of a Sony executive

A Sony executive laments their choice to turn down the movie rights to B-list superheroes now that they have become some of the biggest cash cows in movie history.

Mummies in space: Exciting new astroarchaeological discovery

“I doubt I could have found it if I were looking for it." How a blip on a long range sensor became one of the biggest, recent discoveries in astroarchaeology.

There’s no ‘good’ in ‘Goodell,’ but there’s an N, F, and L in ‘not fully legal’

For years the Patriots dominated every opponent they faced. The Eagle's Super Bowl upset reveals that there is more to their victory than field performance.

Smile, you’re being watched

They sat me down in a grey-walled cubicle, put a monitor in front of me and explained my new job. Yep, I’m the FBI agent who watches you through your laptop camera.

Punxsutawney Phil gives State of the Forest address

From Bernie Loonders to Sean Parrotty, reactions were strong to President Punxsutawney Phil's State of the Forest Address.

ITS, beloved study space, dies at 48

ITS, which helped students get work done without violating the academic honesty policy, died Dec. 22, 2017, of unknown causes. The death was confirmed by Connections Cafe, Gleason Library, and the UR Tech Store.