In Today’s Issue
- Concert Celebrates Legacy of William Warfield
- Donations to Support Home with a Heart
- Homepage Features Holiday Treat
- Oil Portraits Exhibit on Display at Miner Library
- Bursar’s Office Holiday Hours
- Holidays Bring New Hope for Heart Transplant Patient
- @Rochester Returns Next Week
News and Announcements
Concert Celebrates Legacy of William Warfield
“William Warfield: A Legacy in Music,” the annual concert supporting the William Warfield Scholarship Fund and spotlighting its talented recipients, will feature soprano Joel Callonia Dyson ’14E at 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 13, in Kilbourn Hall. Read more...
Donations to Support Home with a Heart
Harbor House, a home-away-from-home for out-of-town patients and families who come to Medical Center for heart failure or critical care, recently received $77,317 in donations from various organizations and individuals. Read more...
Homepage Features Holiday Treat
Check the University homepage for a “sweet” holiday-themed message.
Oil Portraits Exhibit on Display at Miner Library
“Multiple Images,” an exhibit of
original oil portraits by Stanley Gordon, is on display in Edward G.
Miner Library through January 2013. Depicted are B. Thomas Golisano,
Rabbi Philip Bernstein, Frank Gannett, and other notable figures. Read more...
Bursar’s Office Holiday Hours
The Bursar’s Office on the River Campus will be closed Dec. 24–25, and Dec. 31–Jan. 1. The office will be open Dec. 26–28.
Holidays Bring New Hope for Heart Transplant Patient
@Rochester Returns Next Week
Cortland County resident Rose Bush had one thing on her holiday wish list—a new heart. Doctors at the Medical Center were able to grant the wish, performing a life-saving heart transplant Dec. 8. Read more...
Look for the next issue of @Rochester Monday, Dec. 31. Send submissions by 4 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 28.
Dec. 24, 2012
The Week Ahead
Tuesday, Dec. 25
Mostly Cloudy, High 34°
Partly Cloudy, High 31°
Christmas Day, University Holiday.
Friday, Dec. 28
Rochester in the News
Innovation Trail (Dec. 20)
Could a Mobile App Beat the Flu?
Imagine using your smart phone to avoid getting the flu. A new mobile app designed by researchers at the University could make it possible. The Germ Tracker app is the brain child of Adam Sadilek, a postdoctoral fellow at the who has taught a computer program to ‘read’ Twitter messages, and use GPS tracking to predict where infection may occur.
Democrat and Chronicle (Dec. 20)
Pittsford’s Rainbow Classic Sold Out
Pittsford’s Rainbow Classic, a Mendon-Sutherland basketball doubleheader held to raise money for the Golisano Children's Hospital, is sold out.
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