Tagged - COVID-19

Food Pantry open to all UR students

For students still in Rochester, the Food Pantry is in full swing. In the first floor of Wilson Commons, the…
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CT Cooks: a lentil versatility primer

Everyone is telling you to stock up on non-perishable foods. In a panic-stricken moment at Wegmans, you grab that giant…

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. 

Applause isn’t enough for essential workers

Our essential workers, the ones we’re applauding as heroes, are being walked all over. When we’re not clapping and cheering, we should be infuriated.

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?

Housing exemptions a safe haven for some, others feel overlooked

“I was just shocked that someone could read my [application] and say that I did not have reason enough to be given housing. I physically don’t have a home."

Thanks to Minecraft project, UR is just a block away

"Our goal is to build community and give the gift of a virtual campus to the senior class,” the team's statement read.