Archive - January 2011

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What I Felt At the Vigil For Jeffrey Bordeaux ’12
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Rush the Greek Life!
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Rocky the YellowJacket: The Rochester Mascot
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Kick-off of another semester
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Entertain me!
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Renaissance and Global Scholars
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Multicultural Visitation Program
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10 THINGS I WISH I HAD DONE LAST SEMESTER

What I Felt At the Vigil For Jeffrey Bordeaux ’12

In this blog post, I do not state any of my personal observation or speculation of what happened or might have happened at the  Delta Upsilon house on January 15th 2011.  There are news articles online reporting the event and further notices as the case is being dealt at court. The weekend of 15th and[…]

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Rocky the YellowJacket: The Rochester Mascot

Full disclosure: I love mascots. I still remember having my Buffalo Bills plush buffalo and a Baltimore Orioles stuffed animal in my room and prominently displayed when I was growing up. For those who are wondering what a Rochester-born kid would be doing with an Orioles mascot, the Rochester Red Wings were the Orioles farm[…]

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Kick-off of another semester

In Rochester, we don’t call it a snowy Wednesday, but just ‘Wednesday.’  Second semester is underway. Everyone came back from winter break and hugged each other, bringing about happy atmosphere around the school. I came back from Korea, spending my winter break working at a factory and seeing family and friends in between. One thing[…]

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Entertain me!

By Mike Conklin I have spent the majority of the past four weeks sitting behind a desk, staring at a computer screen, hoping that my eyes survive another season of application review; and I have still reviewed less than half the total number of applications I am expected to review this year.  But, when I[…]

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Renaissance and Global Scholars

How cool would it be if one day you got to go on a trip with students not only from all over the United States, but also from all over the world? The trip might allow you to ask questions of people that live in places you have only seen on TV, read about or[…]

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Multicultural Visitation Program

Multicultural Visitation Program, otherwise known as MVP, is an annual recruitment event that draws prospective multicultural students to the University of Rochester from all over the country. The event is usually held in November, and is for high school seniors. MVP is an opportunity for the University to showcase its diversity of students, programming, academic[…]

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10 THINGS I WISH I HAD DONE LAST SEMESTER

By Stephania Romaniuk 1. Participate in the Art New York program: This unique opportunity offers students the chance to work and study in New York City. It places students in a gallery, museum, or similar art institution with the aim of fostering an understanding of how art is produced, collected, curated, written about, displayed, or[…]

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