March 10, 1970

Sophomore Mervin Walker and freshman Theodore Flowers are arrested in their dorms on counts of robbery, grand larceny, and possession of a dangerous weapon. The two had reportedly robbed two liquor stores that semester. UR students attempted to raise money to cover the $10,000 bail set for each student and other legal costs they faced.

March 4, 1985

Five-hundred UR students write letters in protest of student loan cuts as part of a 24-hour letter-writing marathon. Students wrote over 1,000 letters to members of Congress and leaders of the U.S. executive branch, and more than 1,500 students signed a petition.

March 6, 1998

Senior squash player Ben-Ari Elias defeats opponents from Bates College and Harvard University to make it to the round of 16, where he lost to an opponent from Trinity College, in the National Intercollegiate Squash Racquets Association individual championships. Elias competed despite being in the process of recovering from a serious shoulder injury.

March 9, 2006

UR makes Fortune Small Business Magazine’s list of the top 10 colleges for entrepreneurship. Other schools on the list included Harvard University and UT Austin.

March 7, 2013

No Jackets Required performs its spring show “One Hit Wonders,” featuring a selection of music that includes “I’m Too Sexy,” “Baby Got Back,” and “The Safety Dance.”



CT Eats: Come for the sandwiches, stay for the coffee at Magnolia’s

With their large menu and cozy interior, I can see how Magnolia’s has become a Park Ave staple – even fit for a president.

Kids’ feral behavior in Sephora reflects poorly on parents, not Gen Alpha

There is nothing wrong with being interested in skincare and makeup products; however, the behavior displayed by these children goes beyond just curiosity, and seems more like a deep desire to acquire these things to fit in.

Blindspots: Ode to Naysayers

As more and more of the national GDP is built out of smoke and mirrors, it becomes more important than ever to legitimize dissent.