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Exploring the Roc: Hidden gems on the Orange Line

Hello new students! Welcome to Rochester. This city will be your home for more-or-less four years, so you may want…

Mangelsdorf talks background and plans

For President Sarah Mangelsdorf, college life started before she enrolled. Her childhood home was close to Swarthmore College, where her…

Sarah Mangelsdorf begins UR presidency

New University President Sarah Mangelsdorf officially began her role on Monday, according to a university-wide email sent from her office.…

Sigma Alpha Mu suspended three years for hazing violation

Sigma Alpha Mu is facing a three-year suspension from UR, effective immediately, due to hazing charges made in the spring.…

Burdick, dean of admissions and financial aid, leaving for Cornell

Jonathan Burdick, UR’s admissions and financial aid dean and vice provost for enrollment initiatives, is leaving for a position at…

Study Abroad or America Abroad?

America has reached an all-time high for the amount of college students sent abroad. In 2001, the government-sponsored Open Doors…

I.M. Pei, Wilson Commons architect, is dead at 102

I.M. Pei, the famed architect who designed the Louvre’s glass pyramid, the John F. Kennedy Library, and the University’s Wilson…

Inside Rochester’s police accountability struggle

In front of Rochester’s City Council on April 16, Phyllis Harmon tearfully opened her neck brace, showing what she says…

Nothing but sky: Decarceration initiative debuts symposium

“If Frederick Douglass were alive today, we think that [he] would be trying to take on mass incarceration, and decarcerate the city of Rochester.”

Second Africa business conference explores continent’s potential

Undergraduates, business students, and professionals from UR and RIT gathered on Saturday at the second annual Rochester Africa Business Conference…