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A look inside Senior Week 2022
With canoeing, beer tastings, and a Senior Ball not held since 2019, the seniors have an exciting and uniquely tailored list of events to mark the end of their undergraduate years. CT spoke to Senior Week organizers Grace Di Leo and Lea Thome about their planning efforts.
Balancing college and music: how student-run pop-funk band USP does it all
The Campus Times spoke to pop-funk Rochester-based band USP mid-recording session about the creation of their group, working to form and keep a band running as full-time students, and the creative process among engineers.
Local band BB Dang shoots for the ROC stars
Senior Isabella Barbagallo is the main vocalist for BB Dang, a local cover band in the Rochester area, alongside keyboardist Matt Edwards, drummer Mike Valle, guitarist Alex Sherwood, guitarist/vocalist Reid Burton, and bassist/backup vocalist Cam Carlson. The Campus Times had the opportunity to talk to Barbagallo and her bandmates about being in an off-campus band, getting gigs, and the process of working collaboratively with people from different backgrounds and schedules.
Beyond Van Gogh exhibit creates an experience almost worth its price
Beyond Van Gogh was created by creative director Mathieu St-Arnaud and his team at Normal Studio in Montreal and has spread across the world.
Four indoor activities to combat the Rochester winter blues
I hope this list inspires you to go out and do something fun in Rochester this winter!
Snowstorm’s possible link to climate change, impact on vulnerable residents
During storms such as last week’s storm, which hit Rochester Sunday evening into Monday, communities can be greatly impacted by a lack of access to transportation, adequate housing, and food.
Five outdoor activities to combat the Rochester winter blues
Take some time this semester to explore one (or more!) of my many winter activity suggestions in and around Rochester.
premature birth rates
UR Medicine study links redlining in Rochester to premature birth rates
“This is further evidence of the influence of a legacy of structural racism on the disproportionate burden of adverse pregnancy outcomes for Black women in the U.S.,” Hollenbach said in an article published in URMC news.
Tentative agreement reached between union workers, UR and Strong Memorial Hospital, members to vote next week
On Oct. 29, 1,800 service workers at UR and Strong Memorial Hospital reached a two-year tentative agreement with employers after…