Tagged - coronavirus

UR graduates seniors online

For the Class of 2020, graduation was delivered through videos, written messages, Zoom meetings, and social media filters. The speeches,…

UFC brings back live sports

I don’t recommend UFC to everyone, but there's not much else to do, so maybe it’s worth a shot.

Wrestling in the time of coronavirus

The first thing you wonder after learning that pro wrestling is fake is why so many people seem to care so much about it anyway.

Draft day sob stories are cheap journalism

I’m disappointed that ESPN failed at the basic function of news media: to inform the public.

2020 NFL draft is unpredictably predictable

The NFL draft went as smoothly as one could have hoped despite the looming possibility of a postponed season.

2020 summer courses and programs will be online

All summer 2020 courses and programs will be moved online or canceled.  The news came in an email to students…

Academic integrity meets the coronavirus

For many students, academic honesty is a phrase only encountered on the statement they have to copy before every exam.…

UR Snapshots Vol.11: Zooming in on first-years’ online classes

After the first two weeks of Zoom classes, we reached out to first-year students to ask how they’ve been adjusting to online college so far. 

5 at UR have coronavirus. Monroe County has 246 cases.

UR now has five confirmed cases of COVID-19, while Monroe County has reported 246 confirmed cases, six of which have…

Reflections on an empty campus

So, what does our campus scenery look like, now that so many of us are gone and those remaining are encouraged to stay inside?