Five graduating seniors were honored for their service this year in local organizations serving needs ranging from at-risk youth to community schooling.
Comedian B.J. Novak, best known for his role on The Office where he also served as a writer and producer, headlines Winterfest on Saturday, Jan. 30.
A company run by four seniors has reached the final 32 of Student Startup Madness, a national collegiate competition for digital media startups. More than 100 teams applied.
The company is called “thinc.” and features a website that displays the front pages of college newspapers across the country.
Jintian “Jay” Li, a 2012 University of Rochester graduate, is part of the inaugural class of Schwarzman Scholars, established “to prepare the next generation of global leaders.”
By the time their 9 o’clock class starts, many student athletes have already been awake for hours. How do they manage the early-morning practices in the nocturnal world of college?
Founded in 1776, Phi Beta Kappa invites for induction outstanding students at America’s leading colleges and universities. This year, 15 Rochester students were named Phi Beta Kappans.
About 150 students and supporters marched peacefully across the River Campus on Friday to demand that “the University of Rochester’s administration implement immediate and lasting changes that will reduce intolerable acts of racism that students of color endure at our University.”
Mary Bucklin ’16 founded the University’s chapter of the College Diabetes Network after her twin sister Hannah — who has type 1 diabetes — started the chapter at the University of Pennsylvania.
Many veteran students and their families face unique challenges when navigating both the educational and governmental systems. The University’s Veterans Alliance and Veteran and Military Family Services Office work to provide the support that veteran students, staff, faculty, and families need.