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Matt McGorry to speak at UR

On his Facebook page, he wrote, “I believe in gender equality. Being a feminist is for both women AND men. I am a feminist.”

Seligman responds to race report

To ban Yik Yak, Seligman said at a Wednesday afternoon press conference, would be “to throw the baby out with the bathwater."

Few heckle, but many just laugh

In response to the pushback against Saturday’s performance, CAB Administrative Chair and senior Samantha Lish said that the Board has plans to “avoid any future relationship with Viola.”

Constantino’s Market to close next week

Students react to the news about the grocer's impeding closure; two new businesses are slated to open in College Town in the coming weeks.

Breakdance jam breaks down barriers

A jam, the inspiration for the event’s name, is a blend of competition, performance, and ritual, in which the dancers and the audience are equally involved.

New student health projects are in the making, says URSHAC

The UR Student Health Advisory Committee is considering a push to make UR a smoke-free campus.

Tutoring flyers distributed in supposed scam

On Jan. 26, DPS staff investigated a possible scam involving flyers for “High Quality Tutoring” being passed around in two classrooms.

New URMC facility makes healthcare accessible to Rochester

The facility will be easily accessible to Eastman students, located a few blocks away.

Two more suspects arraigned in kidnapping case

Jesus Castro-Ubiles and Ruth Lora are newly charged with ties to the kidnapping.

Racial progress questioned

Students stood, raised their voices, and made clear their frustrations with UR’s racial climate and its handling of racial issues at last Friday’s Open Forum on Race and Diversity.