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PHOTO GALLERY: Move-In Day 2015

PHOTO GALLERY: Move-In Day 2015

August 25, 2015

Nearly 1,300 freshmen forming the Class of 2019 moved in to their new homes on the University’s River Campus and Eastman School of Music this week. The incoming class comes from 47 states and 83 countries. At both Eastman and River Campus, current students were on hand to welcome and assist their new classmates as they got their first taste of their new home. Welcome to Rochester, Class of 2019!

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‘We only sing the first and third verses…’

‘We only sing the first and third verses…’

August 25, 2015

University Dean Paul Burgett leads the incoming class of 2019 in their first performance of the alma mater, “The Genesee,” joined by members of the University’s a cappella ensembles, President Seligman, and other campus leaders.

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Summer sounds

Summer sounds

August 6, 2015

Students in the Eastman Summer Trumpet Institute participate in a master class. The Eastman Summer Music program offers residential music programs and camps for middle and high school students, weeklong institutes devoted to various instruments, and half-day music workshops for all ages,

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Jazz in the air

Jazz in the air

June 24, 2015

Alumni recipients of the ESM-XRIJF Scholarships perform on the Jazz Street stage downtown during the 14th annual Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival,

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Falling for engineering

Falling for engineering

November 24, 2014

Sophomores Claire Kaiser, biomedical engineering, Ibrahim Akbar, electrical and computer engineering, and Marina May, biomedical engineering, are buried in leaves instead of work on Eastman Quad.

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Rushed quiet during finals week

Rushed quiet during finals week

May 7, 2014

Sun shines through the skylights of the Robert B. Goergen Hall for Biomedical Engineering and Optics.

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Visit from a Civil Rights legend

Visit from a Civil Rights legend

February 18, 2014

Dr. Bernard “Doc” Lafayette Jr. leads a Kingian nonviolence training session with teens from the Rochester region on Tuesday. Attendees practiced leadership and problem-solving skills and learned to fight racism, as a part of the M.K. Gandhi Institute’s Season for Nonviolence. Co-sponsored by the Office of Admissions, youth also toured campus and connected with admissions counselors.

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