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Kearns Center builds national model for of success

Kearns Center builds national model for of success

March 12, 2014

LaFleur Stephens ’02 teaches at Princeton. And Rochester’s Kearns Center is working to make sure more students follow her footsteps.

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Eastman saxophonists to compete a national conference

Eastman saxophonists to compete a national conference

March 11, 2014

Eastman Saxophone Project, created in 2010 as a conductor-less saxophone ensemble will compete at the North American Saxophone Alliance (NASA) Conference at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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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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Living black history at Rochester

Living black history at Rochester

February 17, 2014

Student groups across the University are sponsoring performances, lectures, workshops, and other events designed to bring black history alive for today’s students and to build community with others on and off campus.

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Ten years of Pep Band: The tradition continues

Ten years of Pep Band: The tradition continues

February 11, 2014

Ten years ago, sophomore Greg Savich and his roommate decided to revive the Pep Band at the University of Rochester. They had no idea their band would grow to more than 35 active members, and continue to play popular, peppy music a decade later.

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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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Xin Nian Kuai Le! Happy new Year of the Horse

Xin Nian Kuai Le! Happy new Year of the Horse

February 5, 2014

The Chinese Students’ Association’s China Nite celebration is one way the University communities marks the Chinese New Year.

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Undergrad’s summer research leads to <em>Science</em>

Undergrad’s summer research leads to Science

January 31, 2014

Reflecting on having his name on a paper in Science – analyzing data regarding the proposed existence of giant convection cells on the sun – Owen Colegrove commented “that it just hadn’t sunk in.”

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Rochester named 3rd snowiest college in U.S.

Rochester named 3rd snowiest college in U.S.

January 22, 2014

Do you think it snows a ton here? Well Accuweather agrees! The University of Rochester finished third in their rankings of snowiest colleges, with an average of about 99 inches of snow per year,

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