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@Rochester will not publish on Monday, December 25, due to
the University holiday. Look for the next issue on Tuesday, December
- Holiday Homecoming:
Eastman Community Music School
- Kwanzaa Family
- Getting Fit at
the Medical Center
Christmas Eve Mass and Reception
- In the Headlines:
Barry on Sex-Offender Law, Rosen on Dental Health
of All Ages Set to Perform Holiday Favorites
Eastman Community Music School will hold its annual holiday “Homecoming”
on Saturday, December 23, beginning at 10 a.m. The event features concurrent
performances by students and ensembles of all ages taking place in several
venues at the Eastman School. All performances are free.
Hosts Kwanzaa Family Day
Celebrate Kwanzaa, the African-American cultural holiday, at the Memorial
Art Gallery with art activities, storytelling, live music, and family
tours on Thursday, December 28, from 4 to 9 p.m.
Classes Start January at Fitness Center
Salsa and tai chi lessons are just a few of the fitness options available
in the New Year at the Medical Center Fitness and Wellness Center, a 24-hour
facility available to members of the University community.
Christmas Eve Mass and Reception: Sponsored by the Catholic Newman Community.
Interfaith Chapel, 6 p.m.
these calendars for more events: Currents,
of Nursing, and Memorial
in the News
Missing Pieces in the Sex-Offender Debate
David Barry, clinical associate professor of psychiatry, discusses a sex-offender
law being debated in Albany that would permit the state to hold many sex
offenders in psychiatric hospitals after they've served their prison sentence.
Treatment for the mentally ill is not the same as treatment for sex offenders,
says Barry. And, he adds, it's risky to confine sex offenders with mentally
ill patients. "We have been concerned," he says, "because
some could harm a very vulnerable group of people in these facilities."
Chronicle (December 21)
Counsel: Dental Pain
"Regular dental exams and good oral hygiene are the best methods
of preventing dental problems. Unfortunately, too many people see the
dentist only when they are in pain—and recurring pain means a problem
has already developed," writes Gerald Rosen, clinical assistant professor
of pediatric dentistry, in a guest essay.
The New York
Times (December 18)
Ominous Milestone: 100 Million Data Leaks
"Educational institutions, twice as likely to report suffering a
breach as any other type of entity, are having a particularly tough time
protecting personal information."
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