Melissa Greco Lopes

Melissa Greco Lopes is the press officer for student life and teaching, and covers student organizations and campus activities.

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Becket Fund president to discuss religious freedom

Becket Fund president to discuss religious freedom

March 21, 2014

William Mumma will explore issues brought to light by the United States Supreme Court case involving a congregation of religious sisters who oppose certain aspects of the Affordable Care Act

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Diversity Conference celebrates fifth year

Diversity Conference celebrates fifth year

March 17, 2014

This year’s conference Crossroads: An Opportunity for Progress will explore race, power, and definitions of diversity in the University community.

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Actress/activist to address issues of diversity

Actress/activist to address issues of diversity

March 6, 2014

Sheryl Lee Ralph, an award-winning actress, activist, and author, will deliver a keynote address during An Evening of Diversity & Empowerment March 28.

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Student network praised as model of community leadership

Student network praised as model of community leadership

March 3, 2014

Noted by Washington Monthly and the National Clearinghouse for Leadership Programs, the Rochester Center for Community Leadership (RCCL) encourages involvement in service, political activities, and social and cultural life in and around Rochester.

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Student musicians salute those who rock

Student musicians salute those who rock

February 26, 2014

Inspired by the 2003 film School of Rock, No Jackets Required hopes to teach its audience a lesson on rock ‘n roll at their spring concert, Friday, February 28, in Wilson Commons.

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Writing expert published in academic anthology

Writing expert published in academic anthology

February 24, 2014

Deborah Rossen-Knill, founding director of the Writing, Speaking, and Argument Program, was recently published in The Best of The Independent Rhetoric & Composition Journals.

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“Humans of New York” creator comes to campus

“Humans of New York” creator comes to campus

February 11, 2014

Brandon Stanton, creator of the photo blog Humans of New York, will speak Thursday, Feb. 27, in Strong Auditorium.

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Civil rights legend visits Rochester

Civil rights legend visits Rochester

February 5, 2014

Dr. Bernard “Doc” Lafayette Jr. arrives during Rochester’s Season for Nonviolence celebration for a week of training, lectures and workshops.

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Benedict to Francis: A papal progression

Benedict to Francis: A papal progression

January 29, 2014

Rev. Thomas M. Rosica will speak about the momentous transition in the papacy one year ago.

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Diversity award winners lauded

Diversity award winners lauded

January 24, 2014

An advocate of LGBT rights and an office that serves minority students will be publicly recognized with this year’s Presidential Diversity Award.

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