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Office of Minority Student Affairs celebrates seniors

Office of Minority Student Affairs celebrates seniors

June 4, 2018

Graduating students celebrate following the recent 45th annual senior dinner honoring the Class of 2018 and highlighting OMSA’s role as an anchor for many undergraduate students of color during their time at Rochester. (University of Rochester photo / Crystal Cusimano-Figueroa)

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Dandelion Day

Dandelion Day

April 27, 2018

Students kick-off Springfest Weekend with Dandelion Day, and end-of-the-semester celebration and one of the University’s oldest traditions featuring rides on the quad, concerts, games, food, and giveaways. (University of Rochester photo / J. Adam Fenster)

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Susan B. Anthony Center donation drive to help victims of human trafficking

Susan B. Anthony Center donation drive to help victims of human trafficking

April 20, 2018

From left: Organizer Kirsten Buscetto, responsible for programming and community engagement at the Susan B. Anthony Center; Isabella Leighton ’21, a biochemistry and psychology major from San Antonio, Texas; and Erin Campbell ’21, a public health major from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; are sorting items donated by 10 University departments and individual donors to benefit victims of human trafficking. Ranging from toiletries, sanitary items, and towels, to gently used clothes and food—the donations will be distributed among six local agencies. The drive is organized by the University’s Susan B. Anthony Center to aid the Rochester City Court’s Human Trafficking Intervention Court . (University of Rochester photo / Sandra Knispel)

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Baja Strong

Baja Strong

April 6, 2018

The UR Baja SAE team unveiled their Model ’18 baja vehicle on Friday in Rettner Hall. The team have christened the car “BONKO STRONG” for former Baja team member Kevin Bonko ’17, who was recently diagnosed with cancer.  The student-run organization  works throughout the school year to design, build, and test their car, and includes student majoring in biomedical engineering to business, optics to biology. Their racing season starts on April 19 in Maryland. (University of Rochester photo / Lori Packer)

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Remembering Louise

Remembering Louise

March 23, 2018

More than 2,000 guests including 40 members of Congress gathered Friday to celebrate the life of Louise Slaughter, the longtime US representative for the Rochester area and much of western New York. The memorial service was held at the University’s Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre and featured remarks by Slaughter’s children and grandchildren, friends and government officials. (University photo / J. Adam Fenster)

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Match made in medicine

Match made in medicine

March 16, 2018

“I almost couldn’t believe my eyes,” said Nichole Roxas, as she opened her envelope and learned she was heading to Yale-New Haven Hospital to train as a child and adolescent psychiatrist. Roxas joined 100 of her peers at the School of Medicine and Dentistry on Match Day, the day when medical students across the country get the results of the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), which matches the preferences of students with the preferences of residency programs. “I started crying happy tears because it’s a dream come true for me,” said Roxas.  “The education I received in Rochester has irrevocably shaped my moral compass and the direction of my career.”

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Schumer announces plan to protect and expand LLE

Schumer announces plan to protect and expand LLE

March 5, 2018

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer announced a three-part plan to protect and expand the University of Rochester’s Laboratory for Laser Energetics (LLE) during his visit to the LLE on Monday, March 5. The Trump Administration’s Fiscal Year 2019 budget, announced last month, proposed significant cuts to the lab and a “three-year ramp-down” in federal support. During his visit, Schumer praised the LLE for creating jobs and advancing scientific research in physics, optics, and photonics. “The Laser Lab is vital not only to Rochester but to the United States and our national security,” Schumer said. “Turning out the lights on the Laser Lab is a horrible idea, and I promise you, it will not happen under my watch.” (University of Rochester photo / J. Adam Fenster)

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<em>We Don’t Live on Mars Yet</em>

We Don’t Live on Mars Yet

February 23, 2018

Cast members from the upcoming International Theatre Program production of We Don’t Live on Mars Yet, from left, Zhongyi Zuo ’20, Ashley Figueira ’21, Marc Laroussini ’18, Samantha Richardson ’19, Matalin Collins ’19, Roisin Flanagan ’19. The experimental show focusing on issues of immigration, refugees, and the meaning of “home” opens on Thursday, March 1. (University of Rochester photo / J. Adam Fenster)

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Digitizing Douglass

Digitizing Douglass

February 9, 2018

Victor Garza ’19, left, and associate professor of English Gregory Heyworth prepare to scan the marble bust of Frederick Douglass in the Frederick Douglass Building . The students in Heyworth’s Digital Imaging class are using a structured light scanner to create a digital rendering of the marble bust. Their goal is to create a file that can be accessed and the bust reproduced anywhere with a 3D printer. (University of Rochester photo / J. Adam Fenster)

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Rhee-versed

Rhee-versed

February 8, 2018

Kevin Huang ’20 submitted this inventive shot of the iconic Rush Rhees Library to the University’s weekly “Photo Friday” homepage feature and received more Facebook and Instagram “likes” than any other photo in the 10-year history of these community-submitted photos. 

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