IMPACT, 2nd Annual Art Gala (11/25/2013)

  • What is your impact on the local community? How do your actions impact the world? GlobeMed, an undergraduate organization at the University of Rochester, asks these salient questions of the Rochester community with its second annual art gala, IMPACT.


  • Optics Students Win $10K
    (11/22/2013)

    For the past 10 years, High Tech Rochester’s annual Pre-Seed Workshop has provided inventors, entrepreneurs, and technology professionals with resources for quickly assessing their specific market opportunities...

  • Eating Globally and Locally
    (11/18/2013)

    During Global Local Dinner, students at the University of Rochester sampled Sambusak pitas, Aloo Dum spiced potato stew, and pulled pork tostada, three very different dishes with one main ingredient. 


  • We Will, Mock You!
    (11/14/2013)

    The University of Rochester’s Mock Trial Team is gaining national notoriety...


  • A Salute to the University‚Äôs Veterans (11/11/2013)

    On Veterans Day, we honor the service of University of Rochester students—past and present—in our nation's armed services. Here are a few of their stories.

     

  • German Scholarship Offers Lessons Beyond Academics (11/6/2013)

    The DAAD-RISE program allows undergrads to pursue research in the natural sciences and engineering with advanced doctoral students at universities and research institutions within Germany. The students conducted their research individually but many met up for weekend trips and the group convened at the annual RISE conference in Heidelberg.


  • Scare Fair! (11/1/2013)

    Named one of the top 10 most epic college Halloween celebrations by HerCampus, the Scare Fair is an annual event held to encourage students to enter and use the stacks.


  • Rocky's Road Trip (10/23/2013)

    Rocky traveled over 10,000 miles this past summer alongside Michael Myers ’16, a trumpet player with the Bluecoats Drum and Bugle Corps.


  • BCS/Neuroscience Mentors (10/18/2013)

    Undergraduates in brain and cognitive sciences and neuroscience may now have an easier time navigating their demanding majors, thanks to a new mentorship program.