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Next semester, trained grad students will respond to mental health calls 

Beginning Fall 2021, a new Mental Health Task Force program will be implemented so that trained UR graduate students will…

UHS cancels J&J vaccine clinic

The announcement came in an email from University Communications at 8 a.m., about 30 minutes before the first dose was to be administered.

Candidate profile: William Bothe & Zach Sussman

Voting starts April 13 at noon on CCC.

Candidate profile: Syed Sabeet Raza Kazmi & Rusama Haque

Voting starts April 13 at noon on CCC.

DPS now responds to text messages

Beginning yesterday, members of the UR community may contact the Department of Public Safety (DPS) via text, using the 585-275-3333…

AS&E plans for fully in-person 2021-2022 academic year

“It’s exciting [to finally be on campus], but at the same time I’ve missed out on so much so it just feels like I'm an outsider looking into this glass globe,” first-year Ro Kamala said. “It’s bittersweet.”

UR announces tuition rate for 2021-2022 year

An email sent by the administration on March 15 announced that “[the] tuition rate for students in the College will increase by 1.9 percent over last year, to $58,276.” Room and board will also face a 1.9 percent increase to $17,388.

2021 Commencement to be hybrid

The commencement events will be held in person on May 14-16 and 21-23 for eligible graduates, faculty, and staff. Family and friends will not be allowed to attend, but all of the events will be live-streamed online for family and friends to view.

Four faculty members selected as the first ‘Zero-Cost Heroes’ for Open Education Week

This year’s Zero-Cost Heroes are Dr. Nancy Chin (Public Health), Dr. Julie Papaioannou (French), Dr. Jonathan Holz (Biology), and Dr. Joshua Dubler (Political Science and Religion).

Presidential historian and author Michael Beschloss explains what makes a great president

While eating lunch with Richard Nixon at his home in 1992, historian and author Michael Beschloss asked what Nixon would…