In Today's Issue
- Targeting 'Fight-or-Flight' to Combat Heart Failure
- Exhibition Celebrates Artist Claude Bragdon
- 'Eastman Summer Sings' Return in July
- Medical Center Parkers’ AVI Tags Expire Wednesday
- Choosing Privacy Settings on Facebook
News and Announcements
Targeting 'Fight-or-Flight' to Combat Heart Failure
Medical Center scientists found that two experimental drugs have the potential to restore pumping strength to failing hearts in part by harnessing the fight-or-flight response that makes hearts beat stronger.
Exhibition Celebrates Artist Claude Bragdon
This summer and fall Rochester is rediscovering one of its luminaries of yesteryear—architect, illustrator, critic, and theater designer Claude Bragdon.
Medical Center Parkers' AVI
Tags Expire Wednesday
Don't lose access to your gated parking
lot: More than 3,500 Medical Center parkers still need to renew their
permits before Wednesday, June 30. On that day, all 2009-10 permits and
associated AVI tags will expire if not renewed.
'Eastman Summer Sings' Return in July
Singers of all ages and abilities are
again invited to take part in Eastman Summer Sings, a popular series of
choral music reading sessions held Tuesday evenings in July at 7:30 p.m.
in Kilbourn Hall. Each program features one choral masterwork, the
scores of which will be provided upon entry at the door.
Choosing Privacy Settings on Facebook
Facebook's frequent policy changes and unclear privacy settings can be confusing. University IT suggests using Privacy Defender can help manage this confusion by automatically configuring your Facebook privacy settings. Do you have ideas that should be shared as
security tips of the
If so, please send them to
June 28, 2010
Today's Event Highlight
Dave Rivello Jazz Ensemble
Chance of Showers, High 82°
Isolated Thunderstorms, High 73°
7:30 p.m. Kilbourn Hall, Eastman School. Read more...
Rochester in the News
CNN.com (June 24)
'Has Lady Gaga Gotten Your Attention Yet?'
Throughout pop music history, provocateurs have served as an outlet for fans—even if it just meant ticking off the establishment (usually meaning teenagers' parents), says rock historian John Covach, a professor of music and chair of the Department of Music, and a professor of theory at the Eastman School. Read more...
In Higher Education
Inside Higher Ed (June 25)
'The Senate Scrutiny Begins'
Looking at cost and quality, education committee begins widespread examination of for-profit colleges. Read more...
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