Archive - September 2013

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A New Soccer Season at Rochester
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Ain’t No Time Limit on Learning
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Reviewing GaoKao Scores as a Test Flexible Option
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Remember, Remember These Things in September!
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Upperclassman Housing
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Campus Lore: Myths and Superstitions
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Getting Involved
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Two Down, One to Go: School of Nursing Update

A New Soccer Season at Rochester

A look at the new team! As the semester has come to a start, the soccer season has also begun. It's a hectic time of going to new classes (and subsequently picking your favorites), lots of practices and games, and a huge change in scenery for most who spent summer doing internships, jobs, and relaxing.[…]

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Ain’t No Time Limit on Learning

Summer 2013 has come to an end. Wow, I needed to actually write that out to reinforce it to myself because I've been in denial. Yup, breaks my heart to say summer is over. But on the bright side, now I've transitioned completely to the fall semester, which means getting back down to senior year[…]

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Reviewing GaoKao Scores as a Test Flexible Option

As the number of international students coming to the University of Rochester from around the world continues to grow, we make every effort to recognize the variety of credentials applicants provide to illustrate their outstanding achievements. Our test flexible policy is a significant step toward increasing the options students have to fulfill our requirements for[…]

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Remember, Remember These Things in September!

Remember, remember these things in September! Hey everyone! Welcome back to campus! We’ve missed you! Whether you’re returning to Rochester, your beloved college town beside the Genesee, or are arriving on campus for the first time as a brand new freshman, we are happy to have you here and ready for a new academic year.[…]

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Upperclassman Housing

Housing is incredible at the University of Rochester, with great campus diversity. When you are a freshman, you get a double (two beds) or triple (three beds) typically, referring to the number of roommates you have. You share the bathroom with the rest of the individuals on your hall, and you also all share a[…]

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Campus Lore: Myths and Superstitions

Since its founding in 1850, the University of Rochester has had a long and proud history. And during our journey to become a top private university, we’ve collected our own share of myths and superstitions. Myth: The ghost in Rush Rhees Library Pete Nicosia was a worker helping to construct our famous Rush Rhees Library[…]

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Getting Involved

When picking a University, it is important to find one at which you will be able to easily get involved. I have never been a student at a state school, but I have heard time and time again that getting involved at a state school is extremely difficult; although there are many organizations, each one[…]

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Two Down, One to Go: School of Nursing Update

This week, I began my third and final semester of nursing school. The day is filled with orientation, introductions and scheduling for the upcoming semester. The majority of our coursework is related to medical and surgical nursing in a variety of specialties. We will also have a community health experience and projects throughout the semester.[…]

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