Anima Ghimire ’15 reflects on her archaeological trip to Bermuda.
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Luke Kortepeter ’15 continues an archiving project that helped shape his academic career.
Twelve student films were presented at the 8th annual Gollin Film Festival at the University of Rochester
Annual festival brought art and science students together for an afternoon of friendly competition
For students at Rochester, a spring study abroad trip to Rome meant experiencing history in the making
A new course being offered this spring gives students a closer look at the life of Susan B. Anthony
The University of Rochester has partnered with nine peer institutions to establish a consortium to explore a new, for-credit, online course program called Semester Online.
Religion professor Margarita Guillory explores intersection of religion and hip hop in new class
Stella Kammel ’12(T5) and Lydia Jimenez ’13 take on the roles of Mama and Papa Ubu in one of the theatre world’s most controversial plays
As a high school student, John Hinkel designed a device that will help improve the mobility of quadriplegics, now he’s one step closer to being awarded a patent for his invention