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Stories about the buildings and spaces where big ideas, breakthroughs, hope, and heroes are born.

Gas hydrate breakdown

The breakdown of methane hydrates due to warming climate is unlikely to lead to massive amounts of methane being released...

5,000 years of writing prompts

Andrew Cappetta, assistant curator of academic programs at the University of Rochester’s Memorial Art Gallery, poses the question to the...

Giving back locally

Ironic as it may be, Charlie Symington ’80, ’81S (MBA) and his wife, Maggie Symington, primarily support a part of...

For Julia and Aspiring Nurses

The year was 1949 when John (Jack) Schottmiller ’53 entered the University of Rochester as a freshman. He chose this...

A pursuit for the better

Speaking at Celebrate Meliora: Boston last fall, Jamal Jefferson described his educational journey and expressed gratitude for the support he’s...