Archives - Ariel Wang

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."

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.

A look into the new major in the political science department

The motivation for this major is that the Rochester political science department pioneered for the entire world the technical study of politics,” said Gerald Gamm

Turning Rochester into a future semiconductor packaging center: How students benefit from this

"If we work together, we have a real chance of being a leader. If you are a leader in this industry, it could mean many jobs and millions of dollars of economic output. It could be one of the more significant economic development activities in recent history in Rochester."

Rochester Vintage Shop owner deciphers current fashion trends

If you are looking for a place to shop for your fall clothing, here’s an option for you: The Op Shop, a collective of vintage clothing and accessories next to the Eastman School of Music, home to more than 30 vendors and supplying all kinds of fashion styles.

Senior Sophia Chima talks about designing costumes for UR performances

Senior Sophia Chima is a Microbiology major and Studio Arts minor who designs costumes for recitals and performances at UR. Staff Writer Xinxin (Ariel) Wang interviewed Chima about some of her costume design projects.

Day in the Life: Triple Major at the Eastman School of Music

Yuyang Xie is a senior majoring in Financial Economics, Mathematics, and Piano Performance at the Eastman School of Music.

Eastman students on going back to virtual 

Nearly 20 planned performances in January have been either canceled or postponed, according to the Eastman School of Music calendar. The decision was especially difficult for students facing degree recitals, as their performances were either canceled or rescheduled.