Archives - Jerome Nathaniel
Alphas host Political Action Month
n collaboration with the Black Students’ Union, the Brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Mu Sigma Chapter, capitalized on the month by hosting a series of panel discussions about hot topics in minority communities. Their main goal for “Political Action Month” was to engage students and encourage involvement.
'Legend’ary concert returns to classic R & B stylings
Chills and nostalgia could be felt up every spine at the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Gordon Field House on Thursday, Nov. 11.
Harlem native finds gold in Rochester
Medford started working for Primerica, an insurance and financial advisory business, when he lived in Harlem, N.Y. He trained people in making financially savvy decisions by saving, investing and selecting insurance that would meet their needs and budgets. Now he's doing well in Rochester and look for ambitious college students to join his team.
Best of all time?
Whoever still thinks that size matters obviously hasn’t seen the Filipino phenomenon Manny “Pac-man” Pacquiao at work. On Saturday, the…
Children’s School of Rochester: the ultimate cultural experience
With one step into the Children’s School of Rochester (CSR), you might have the urge to ask someone whether or not you just stepped into a junior United Nations. CSR, or School No. 15, is the most ethnically and culturally diverse school of the Rochester City School District.
UR reaches out in Native American Heritage Month
November is Native American Heritage Month, and the University has taken action in its commitment to diversity.
Teacher Feature: Bringing humor to the mundane
This year, Melissa Balmain made her debut at UR through teaching Advanced Features Writing this semester and Humor Writing next. Balmain’s great sense of humor and openness is bound to bring the funny to campus.
National Hispanic Heritage Month
Merengue, empanadas, history and literature — it’s a fiesta. October is Hispanic Heritage Month, and the Spanish and Latino Students’ Association (SALSA) is sharing its Latin flair with the University community for the 40th year.
Frat Boys and Poets: More than an ordinary frat night
Alpha Delta Phi mellows out the frat quad with a night of spoken word slam poetry at its third edition of "Frat Boys and Poets," cosponsored with the Black Students' Union and LOGOS.
KEY students run micro-farm, a sustainable option
Toss the lettuce, hold the buns, add the peppers — but where did they come from?