Archives - Nate Kuhrt

Fott Scu plays Trump card in SA campaign

“We are going to build a wall. Oh, and RIT will pay for it.”

Big decorates wrong side of room, leaves roommate pissed

This past Friday, upon returning from a three day trip in order to present her research in Seattle, freshman Hannah Moore opened her dorm to what she described as a nightmare.

UR snow problems

“We are really sorry, but in our defense, we even thought that the school would be closed,” Austin Cook, Director of Plowing at the University of Rochester, said in response to student complaints of excess snow on pathways.

Keep dining pricing consistent

Dining prices aren’t ideal.With the “unlimited” Declining plan, many students don’t run out, even though it is still very possible to spend all 2,100 dollars worth of Declining throughout the semester. This is kind-of absurd.

Putin probably ordered hit on Litvinenko, surprisingly

It was pretty shocking the other day when I read the news and saw that Putin probably killed an ex-Russian-turned-U.K.-citizen special agent.

‘Jackets top Harvard, fall in Hartford

The Yellowjackets split the weekend against tough competition, ousted by top-ranked Trinity.

Sleeping pods believed to be unproductive

A bizarre sight was spotted in the quiet section of Gleason Library; students were found what is believed to be sleeping in the pods funded by last year’s SA 5K challenge.

Squash opens season with a hot 2-1 start

Men's squash takes two victories on the road.

Cross country competes in regional championships

This past weekend, the ‘Jackets travelled to Letchworth State Park to compete in the NCAA Division III Atlantic Region Cross…

Student chooses to not pursue internship, thinks it’ll work out

This past weekend, junior Charles Wilkens announced to his parents: “Mom, Dad, I don’t want an internship this summer.”