Student receives $10,000 scholarship from NASA

Junior Mechanical Engineering student William Green received NASA’s $10,000 Astronaut Scholarship Foundation Award. Green was lauded for his outstanding accomplishments and his drive toward a …


Eastman welcomes new Dean

The Eastman School of Music officially welcomed a new Dean with the investiture ceremony of Dr. Jamal Rossi this past Sunday, Oct. 26.

Rossi, who served …

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Oscar Tavares: A tragedy strikes baseball

Oscar Tavares was one of baseball’s bright young stars. Unfortunately, he was killed in a car crash this past Sunday, Oct. 26. Tavares, a native …


The Haunting of UR: Classics of Rochester Halloween

Behind the masks and beneath the ghost and ghoul costumes, countless Halloween memories have been made at UR, whether in the halls of haunted houses …


Peaceful Protest of the Financial Aid System continues

The student group Peaceful Protest of the Financial Aid System staged a series of events during Meliora Weekend, including tabling in Wilson Commons and silent …


Laverne Cox discusses transgender identity

Actress Laverne Cox appeared in the Goergen Palestra during Meliora Weekend to speak about her experiences as a transgender woman. Cox is best known for …


Chemical solution causes explosion in Hutchinson

Emergency crews and local Hazmat units responded to a call from Hutchison Hall on Saturday at approximately 2:40pm in response to an accident in a …

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Heisman Hysteria

This week, former Georgia great Herschel Walker commented on the Heisman candidacies of Quarterback Jameis Winston and Running Back Todd Gurley. Speaking with ESPN’S much-beloved …


Workers’ union agrees on contract after negotiations

UR and the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) tentatively agreed on new labor contracts for approximately 1,800 workers at UR Medical Center’s Strong Memorial Hospital …

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Derek Jeter: Re2pect well deserved?

Derek Jeter ; now that’s a name that can make even non-sports fans smile. Jeter played in the biggest city in the country and probably …


UR Optics captures national attention with creation of “cloaking device”

Physics professor John Howell and Ph.D student Joseph Choi of UR’s Optics Department developed a new design for a cloaking device, capturing national attention.

By using …


Student organization protests financial aid system

A new student organization, the Peaceful Protest of the Financial Aid System, formed this summer to question the transparency and sympathy of UR’s Office of …

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History for Relin and UR as field hockey continues hot start

UR field hockey is off to its best start in team history after extending its season-opening winning streak with a pair of victories this past …

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Politics: Campus style, Committee for Political Engagement

CPE students participate in political activism around the country.

Many things separate Sarah Krulik and Jenny Hansler. For starters, Krulik is a sophomore, while Hansler …


New hospital focuses on patient comfort

The new Golisano Children’s Hospital, dedicated to making patients and their families comfortable, will be added to Strong Memorial Hospital come 2015.

This new addition to …


Panel links Ferguson, Missouri to Rochester’s past and present

This past Monday, a panel organized by Assistant Professor of Anthropology Kristin Doughty used the Rochester Race Riots of 1964 and the recent events in …


Greek week debuts community service collaboration

UR fraternities and sororities spent the morning of Saturday, Sept. 13 doing outdoor community service at Mount Hope Cemetery and with the 19th Ward Community …


Adopt-A-Hall program aims to change dynamic between students and Public Safety officers

UR Public Safety has implemented a new Adopt-A-Hall program in order to “bridge the gap between students and public safety”, according to Public Safety Lieutenant …


Creative, offbeat humor plays on campus culture

Left to right: Comedians Ron Funches, Nick Vatterott, and Michael Ian Black perform in Strong Auditorium on Saturday, Sept. 6.

New and returning students packed …


STEM invites community to Family Science Day

The Science Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)  Initiative organization on campus hosted their first annual Family Science Day for young students and their families at …

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