Mike Doughty, the former front man of the band Soul Changing, will be performing at Milestones on April 2 to promote his six-song EP “Rockity Rock.”Doughty’s solo effort is a drastic change from his stripped down, groove-obsessed roots with Soul Changing. Featuring little more than Doughty plucking on his acoustic guitar, his live show is very intimate, with Doughty frequently interacting with his audience through jokes and storytelling.While his show does feature a lone acoustic guitar, Doughty doesn’t claim to be an emerging folk artist. Labeling his music as small rock, a sound that is folky, but still maintains its rock roots, Doughty is using this tour to better refine his solo venture, while trying out new tunes that could be released on a full length album sometime in late 2004.The show, which is 18 and over, but may include an under 21 surcharge, is set to start at 10 p.m. with doors opening an hour prior. Tickets, ranging in price from $15-$18, can be purchased at Aaron’s Alley, Record Archive or through TicketMaster. Fans of soulful songwriting with an acoustic sound should place Doughty’s show in their Friday night plans.Allard can be reached at dallard@campustimes.org.

UR Womens’ Lacrosse trounces Nazareth 17-5

UR’s Womens’ Lacrosse team beat Nazareth University 17–5 on Tuesday at Fauver Stadium.

5 students banned from campus for Gaza solidarity encampment

UR has been banning community members from campus since November for on-campus protests, but the first bans for current students were issued this weekend.

Gaza solidarity encampment: Live updates

The Campus Times is live tracking the Gaza solidarity encampment on Wilson Quad and the administrative response to it. Read our updates here.