News

UR to give hurricane-impacted students opportunity to study in spring

The program will cover costs of tuition, room and board, and transportation to UR for all students accepted into it.

Multilingual publication debuts on campus

This month’s Gazette featured six different languages: Italian, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, and French.

OptiKale and Peet’s a big hit after semester debuts

Since their openings, both establishments have brought in long lines and positive reviews.

Aging sleeping pods may be on their last legs

The main reason three pods have been lost is because parts of the sleeping pod base or stem break.

SA and UR team up on DACA fund

The long-term nature of the fund extends its use from purchasing books to things like the nearly $500 fees that had been associated with DACA renewal

SA creates minority student cabinet position

The minority student affairs liaison position differs from the typical executive director position in that the individual in the role will not be heading a committee.

Students teach science with a spooky twist

The event consisted of tables set up with candy and Halloween-themed science models.

New York Times reporter talks school segregation

This problem, Hannah-Jones said, is not just seen in Rochester, but throughout the country — especially in blue states and blue cities, areas that are traditionally liberal.

Pads and Tampons Initiative returns

The initiative received a big boost last Monday when the SA Senate unanimously voted to reallocate funds from the City Cycles program to funding for pads and tampons.

Longtime acting professor dies, is remembered by students

In her classes, she sought to understand her students as people, to nurture their self-confidence.