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Debate goes varsity

Debate goes varsity

April 11, 2016

They have coaches, travel extensively during the year, and compete in national and local tournaments. So it made sense that Debate Union — an academic team with needs like those of varsity athletics — found a new home under the aegis of the Department of Athletics and Recreation.

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Squash team has four All-Americans

Squash team has four All-Americans

April 6, 2016

For the second straight year and only the third time in the 58-year history of the University’s squash program, Rochester has four All-Americans, named by the College Squash Association.

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Wilson Commons at 40

Wilson Commons at 40

April 4, 2016

When the new student union opened on the River Campus on April 4, 1976, the building’s famed architect offered a vision to match his grand design. “It will be a place to be, and a place to remember,” the legendary I.M. Pei predicted. Forty years later, the building, Wilson Commons, has become a centerpiece of campus life.

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The miss heard ’round the world

The miss heard ’round the world

March 30, 2016

As winner of the national State Farm Assist of the Year Award, Sam Borst-Smith will fly to Houston on Thursday morning, and his unlikely play will be shown to the crowd at NRG Stadium that evening.

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Two students receive Davis Projects for Peace grant

Two students receive Davis Projects for Peace grant

March 28, 2016

A sophomore and freshman at the University of Rochester hope to encourage a new generation of their fellow Rwandans to remember the lessons of their country’s horrific genocide two decades ago.

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Oh, baby: Senior is student by day, doula by night

Oh, baby: Senior is student by day, doula by night

March 22, 2016

For many college-age women, the idea of birth and pregnancy is a remote concept to be thought of much further down along the line. But for SeQuoia Kemp ’16, the labor room is like a second home. The Health, Policy, and Society major is a doula, a trained birthing coach who helps women in labor have an easier and less stressful birth experience.

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Paralympian brings lessons of resilience

Paralympian brings lessons of resilience

March 17, 2016

Legendary skier Chris Waddell, the most decorated paralympian in history—with 13 Paralympic Games medals in sit-skiing and wheelchair track racing—will speak at River Campus on Monday, March 21.

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Sam Borst-Smith wins State Farm “Assist Of The Year” competition

Sam Borst-Smith wins State Farm “Assist Of The Year” competition

March 10, 2016

Sam Borst-Smith’s intentionally missed free throw and assist along with the shot made by teammate Mack Montague at the end of UR’s February 7th overtime victory over the University of Chicago earned Borst-Smith the title.

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EcoReps help launch grant-funded plastic bag recycling campaign

EcoReps help launch grant-funded plastic bag recycling campaign

March 3, 2016

Rochester is one of four New York colleges and universities to receive a grant to fund innovative environmental projects as part of the College Council Grant Program.

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