A look into 2023 sorority recruitment
Recruitment is a time of both confusion and excitement, both from those who choose to rush and those who do not, but this period also included learning and adjustment on the sides of Panhellenic executive members and sisters participating in running recruitment as well.
Neziah Osayi on the importance of financial education
“Sure, it can be once in 10 years, or it can happen the next year,” Osayi said. “But do we want to be in the same position we are today, we are tomorrow? I think not.”
With increase in car thefts, Public Safety releases new statement
Cars targeted in thefts have recently been Kias and Hyundais, with the reasoning behind this increase for these models being a current TikTok challenge.
Displaced students weigh in on renters insurance debate
The reality is that floods like the one in Brooks Crossings are random accidents that occur once in a while, and many students were not prepared for an accident of this sort and thus uninsured.
No more bikes: Rochester ends its partnership with HOPR
HOPR offered bikes and scooter rental share hubs throughout Rochester and surrounding cities during the majority of the year.
New academic accommodations announced for Lunar New Year
Faculty members have been informed to give proper academic accommodations to students celebrating the Lunar New Year.
Winter Stay flooding at Brooks Crossing Apartments
Early on the morning of Dec. 25, major flooding occurred at the Brooks Crossing Apartments, beginning on the eighth floor and impacting all floors below.
Pennsylvania Gov.-elect Josh Shapiro ’95 first jumped into politics at UR
Before Josh Shapiro ‘95 became Pennsylvania’s governor-elect, he boasted two humbler titles — UR Students’ Association senator and president.
Orange Line service increases amid student dissatisfaction
The start of the semester saw the Orange Line overwhelmed, as five morning buses couldn't match the demands of students heading to campus.