Aug. 13, 2007
Today's Forecast: Sunny, High 80°
Tomorrow: Sunny, High 82°
- University Ensembles Welcome Public Participation
- Four Playing Well in Summer Ball Leagues
- Event Highlight: Improving Access to Oral Health
- Rochester in the News: Thomas O'Connor on the Link between Prenatal Stress and Sleep Problems in Young Children, Review of Bob Sneider's New Recording
- In Higher Ed: Student Loan Reform
University Ensembles Welcome Public Participation
Several ensembles in the Department of Music in the College have scheduled auditions later in August and in September. In some cases, no formal auditions are required. Experienced musicians in the Greater Rochester area and University students are welcome.
Four Playing Well in Summer Ball Leagues
Four Yellowjackets have spent part of the summer on the diamond with a variety of NCAA-approved collegiate baseball leagues.
Improving Access to Oral Health:
Part of the Summer in the City series. LeChase Assembly Hall (G-9576), Medical Center. Noon to 1 p.m.
For more events: www.rochester.edu/calendar
in the News
MSNBC (August 9)
"Prenatal Stress Linked to Baby Sleep problems"
"Quality of sleep early on may be a good indicator of healthy development," says lead author Thomas O'Connor, associate professor of psychiatry, about new study results that indicate a mother's anxiety or depression during pregnancy may affect her child's sleep patterns early in life.
All About Jazz (August 10)
"All Through the Night"
A new recording featuring jazz guitarist Bob Sneider, an instructor at Eastman Community Music School, is reviewed: "If this disc is any indication of the caliber of jazz musicians in the Rochester, New York area, then it would seem that the music is in good hands around said environs."
Inside Higher Ed (August 10)
"Embrace Student Loan Reforms, Spellings Urges"
"Education Secretary Margaret Spellings took additional steps Thursday to try to combat the impression that her agency has been lax in its oversight of the student loan industry."
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