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Cast reflects on <em>Circle Mirror Transformation</em>

Cast reflects on Circle Mirror Transformation

November 30, 2016

A mixture of theater rookies and veterans, the student cast and crew of Circle Mirror Transformation share some of the insights they’ve gained in working on the production, which runs through December 10.

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University QB Dan Bronson ’18 honored by state police

University QB Dan Bronson ’18 honored by state police

November 18, 2016

Dan Bronson’ 18, starting quarterback for the Yellowjackets, chased and captured a man who had robbed an elderly woman outside a Lockport, NY restaurant.

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Recent grad in final selection round for Rhodes Scholarship

Recent grad in final selection round for Rhodes Scholarship

November 17, 2016

Angela Remus, a Des Plaines, Illinois, native, is interviewing to be among the 32 American candidates chosen for the international postgraduate award.

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As Center for Freeform Optics grows, so do opportunities for students

As Center for Freeform Optics grows, so do opportunities for students

November 10, 2016

Since its 2013 launch under an award from the National Science Foundation, CeFO has been shaping the future of optical instrumentation on a global scale, and has more than doubled the number of partner companies in just this past year.

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Field Hockey moves on to Sweet 16

Field Hockey moves on to Sweet 16

November 10, 2016

With a 2-0 victory over visiting Shenandoah University, the Yellowjackets move to the next round of the NCAA Division III playoffs, taking on defending national champion Middlebury College on Saturday.

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’There really is a story for everyone‘

’There really is a story for everyone‘

November 4, 2016

As a PhD candidate in biophysics, Karl Smith studies glass filters 10,000 times thinner than a human hair. But his “hidden passion” is crafting stories on demand on his 1926 Underwood typewriter for 10 cents each.

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American Elections class zeroes in on Clinton, Trump matchup

American Elections class zeroes in on Clinton, Trump matchup

November 4, 2016

As a freshman, Skylar Cerbone ’20 normally wouldn’t take Lynda Powell’s intermediate course, American Elections, this fall. But Cerbone didn’t want to wait. “It’s a presidential election year,” the political science major says. “I had to take this class now. It’s too important not to.”

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Disability Awareness Campaign spreads understanding of differences, resources

Disability Awareness Campaign spreads understanding of differences, resources

November 1, 2016

The campaign highlights the services available to University community members who every day cope with a disability or have a special accessibility need.

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Among University students, political engagement takes different forms

Among University students, political engagement takes different forms

November 1, 2016

According to a national study, Rochester students voted in the 2012 presidential election at a similar rate to the national average — at around 42 percent. This year, students share their students of how they have become engaged in what for most will be their first political contest.

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