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Eastman adds security measures in response to attempted assault

The changes, slated to begin Monday, Feb. 18, are the latest in a string of security developments.

First women of color caucus meets with a hope to gain traction

Drawing inspiration from the principles of Kwanzaa, graduate student Destiny Maitland started the Women of Color Caucus as a way…

Spring 2019 dining update

“Our plan right now is to continue to get better at the things we are [currently] working on, and to really spend our time on food quality,” Schauf said.

Community organization seeks to help Rochester’s refugees

“I didn’t want to leave my country,” Omar told the crowd. “I was forced to leave.”

Debate Union hosts national tournament, adding to recent success

The 2019 Brad Smith Debate Tournament, organized by the UR Debate Union, concluded on Sunday, Jan. 27, with Ravi Simon…

Economics now a STEM major thanks to two alumni

Is Economics a STEM major? It is now, according to UR — which might make all the difference for international…

Symone Sanders encourages radical change in Dr. King commemorative address

Symone Sanders, former national press secretary for Senator Bernie Sanders, urged attendees to be agents of change when she delivered…

Scholar-journalist Blanchfield rejects US culture of ‘Gunpower’

Journalist and academic Patrick Blanchfield encouraged listeners to abandon partisan responses and called attention to U.S. gun violence and the…

Progressive ideas flow at Title IX comment party

Students and organizers crafted comments at a comment party co-hosted by the Title IX office and the Commission on Women and Gender Equity in Academia.

Dining vendors share new tastes

Resealable Mountain Dew cans and cauliflower crust pizza are just a few of the incoming innovations UR students had the…