Oct. 4, 1966
A UR expedition to Hudson Bay to study cosmic rays is declared a success by researchers. The experiments involved sending cosmic-ray detecting equipment to an altitude of 27 miles by balloon and collecting data on helium isotopes in the radiation. All three flights done by UR were successful.
Sept. 30, 1976
Despite an early-season loss to Cornell, the UR women’s tennis team defeats both Buffalo State and RIT in consecutive matches. In both matches, all the match-ups in singles were won by UR.
Oct. 5, 1982
Art critic and author Robert Hughes and three ensembles from the Eastman School of Music are slated to highlight the 11th annual Joseph C. Wilson Day. At the time, Hughes was the art critic for Time magazine and wrote the book Shock of the New.
Oct. 2, 1997
The Campus Times reports that UR expects to begin dorm cable service starting in fall semester 1998. Students would be required to pay for a cable subscription, but at a greatly reduced rate.
Oct. 5, 2006
Over 200 students volunteer for Be the Change Day to clean up Rochester’s 19th Ward. The event was part of UR’s celebration of the National Gandhi Day of Service.
Oct. 4, 2012
UR joins the WitsOn! — Women in Τechnology Sharing Online — program, which connects female students studying a STEM field with woman mentors in the STEM field.