Golisano Children’s Hospital


This past July, The University of Rochester Medical Center opened its doors to the Golisano Children’s Hospital— a new $145 million hospital with eight floors and approximately 245,000 square feet of space for children and their families. The… Read More

“How Low Can We Go” Initiative

Friends, schools, businesses, and towns, globally, are taking fossil fuel use as low as we can go on November 30, 2015, to show support for the United Nations Climate Change Conference convening in Paris, France, where representatives from 195… Read More

Student’s Corner


Today I’m going to talk (or rant, rather) about my biggest pet peeve. I see it happen on campus all of the time and it drives me insane. It also happens to be pretty careless in terms of… Read More



The Central Utilities Plant was originally built in 1970 and has been an integral part of the University for over 40 years now. The plant provides steam, electricity, hot water, and chilled water to the University of Rochester… Read More

Student’s Corner


We have finally said goodbye to a bitter Rochester winter, and if you’re anything like me, you’re gladly welcoming the warm summer months. But with summer can come intense heat, and with heat comes the desire to crank… Read More