Lunar New Year
The shadow of Monterey Park cast on the Rochester community
“Lunar New Year is supposed to be a time of celebration and reunion, yet 11 families will forever remember this as a time of grief."
Displaced students weigh in on renters insurance debate
The reality is that floods like the one in Brooks Crossings are random accidents that occur once in a while, and many students were not prepared for an accident of this sort and thus uninsured.
A look into 2023 sorority recruitment
Recruitment is a time of both confusion and excitement, both from those who choose to rush and those who do not, but this period also included learning and adjustment on the sides of Panhellenic executive members and sisters participating in running recruitment as well.
Neziah Osayi on the importance of financial education
“Sure, it can be once in 10 years, or it can happen the next year,” Osayi said. “But do we want to be in the same position we are today, we are tomorrow? I think not.”
With increase in car thefts, Public Safety releases new statement
Cars targeted in thefts have recently been Kias and Hyundais, with the reasoning behind this increase for these models being a current TikTok challenge.
An inside look at the healthcare industry from the Simon Industry and Professional Club
With the Inflation Reduction Act kicking in this summer, a group of students at the Simon School of Business saw the opportunity in this political move.
Through fire and flames, local business Akimbo Bookshop has the community at its back
This outpouring of support from the community has emboldened Crawford to think about the future of Akimbo, including opening Akimbo 2.0.
Research at Rochester
Research at Rochester: Nadine Grimm helps the world stay wise to its many languages
“Púù yá bámbámbɔ́ bísì bà vú mɔ̀ bî — yá bálɛ́ɛ̀ mápè’è máwɔ̀.” “For our ancestors who have left us…