A rainy day visit to Roc City Skatepark
When I noticed a skate park was being built under the highway on-ramp downtown, I was excited — not because I wanted to learn to skate (I’m a coward), but because a skate park is a perfect setting to facilitate the DIY charm of Rochester, acting as a sort of melting pot for people of all walks of life to bond over sick tricks and scraped up shins.
The ’Jackets are Back & Ready to Attack
UR’s varsity Yellowjackets have enjoyed a triumphant return to competition. Beginning in late February, many teams — including track and field and men’s basketball — were given clearance by the University to begin modified versions of their typical seasons.
Sports section on pause for the foreseeable future
Due to a lack of writers, editors, and general interest, as well as COVID-19 disruptions to the normal sports seasons, the Campus Times has decided to discontinue the Sports section.
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With four teams remaining, Los Angeles Dodgers favored in unusual MLB playoffs
The championships of both the American League and the National League of Major League Baseball began this weekend. Two pairs…