August 3, 2007
Today's Forecast: Scattered Storms, High 89°
Tomorrow: Sunny, High 83°
- New Exhibit on German Expressionism Opens Today
- Free Physicals Offered for Rochester City School Students
- Rochester River Run/Walk 5K Set for August 25
- Event Highlight: What's Up Lecture
- Rochester in the News: Interview with Timothy Quill on Hospice Care
- In Higher Ed: Education Dept. Criticized as Lax in Policing Loans
New Exhibit on German Expressionism Opens Today
German Expressionism: Art in an Age of Turbulence opens today at the Memorial Art Gallery and remains on view through October 28. The exhibition includes 24 works on paper and one painting by artists as varied as the social, political, and philosophical changes that shaped the early years of the 20th century.
Free Physicals Offered for Rochester City School District Students
The School of Medicine and Dentistry students, faculty, and residents will conduct physicals for Rochester City School District students on Friday, August 10, and Monday, August 13. The physicals, which are free of charge, will be given from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 415 Elmwood Avenue.
Rochester River Run/Walk 5K set for August 25
Individuals and teams are invited to participate in the sixth Friends of Strong Rochester River Run/Walk 5K, to be held August 25 at Genesee Valley Park in Rochester. Pledges collected by participants who walk or run will benefit the Organ Transplant Program at Strong Memorial Hospital.
What's Up Lecture:
Assistant curator Cynthia Culbert gives a 20-minute talk on Thomas Ridgeway Gould's dramatic sculpture "The West Wind" (1876). Memorial Art Gallery. 2 p.m.
For more events: www.rochester.edu/calendar
in the News
New England Journal of Medicine, Massachusetts (August 1)
"Interview with Timothy Quill on Hospice Care in the United States"
Listen to an interview with Timothy Quill, professor of medicine, psychiatry, and medical humanities and director of the Center for Ethics, Humanities, and Palliative Care.
The New York Times (August 2)
"Education Dept. Criticized as Lax in Policing Loans"
"The federal Department of Education, after months of criticism for lax oversight of the student loan program, still has no system to detect and uncover misconduct by lenders and protect student borrowers, a new government report said [Wednesday]."
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