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Slaughter announces $1.3M for UR medical research

Slaughter announces $1.3M for UR medical research

August 28, 2015

The grant will support research into cancer biology and muscular dystrophy and help train others in preventive medicine.

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What would Susan B. Anthony tweet today?

What would Susan B. Anthony tweet today?

August 25, 2015

Twice a week for at least the next 10 months, the Susan B. Anthony Center will tweet Anthony’s thoughts on topics such as health, relationships, education, race, mentoring, the family and, of course, voting.

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Its move-in day! Freshmen descend on UR campus

Its move-in day! Freshmen descend on UR campus

August 25, 2015

Sarah Dempsy left the Albany area before the sun rose, leaving for Rochester with her mom and a car full of supplies.

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Re-arranged MAG showcases new acquisitions

Re-arranged MAG showcases new acquisitions

August 23, 2015

Charlie Parker is one of four new works acquired this summer by the Memorial Art Gallery.

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Health insurer mergers signify shift in health care marketplace

Health insurer mergers signify shift in health care marketplace

August 21, 2015

What may be just as significant about the planned mergers, experts say, is that they signify a major shift in the nation’s health care marketplace.

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Second Opinion Live looks at micro-preemies

Second Opinion Live looks at micro-preemies

August 21, 2015

Second Opinion Live looks at a category of birth sometimes known as “micro-preemies” featuring Dr. Carl D’Angio and Dr. Patricia Chess of Golisano Children’s Hospital.

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The 20 most polite colleges in 2015, according to Grubhub

The 20 most polite colleges in 2015, according to Grubhub

August 20, 2015

Saying “please” and “thank you” can go a long way. In this case, it gets your college ranked as one of the most polite campuses.

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Changes at East High School

Changes at East High School

August 19, 2015

The students and parents that 13WHAM spoke with said that the U of R’s involvement is the big reason they wanted to attend East High School.

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WATCH: The impact Of female black music composers you may not know about

WATCH: The impact Of female black music composers you may not know about

August 18, 2015

Paul Burgett, University Vice President and adjunct professor of music at the University of Rochester, pays tribute to five selected black women composers at the Gateways Music Festival.

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Teens’ e-cigarette use linked with later smoking

Teens’ e-cigarette use linked with later smoking

August 18, 2015

Tobacco researcher Deborah Ossip said because teens’ brains are still developing, they’re more sensitive to the effects of nicotine, and that using just a few e-cigarettes could make them vulnerable to using nicotine in other forms.

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