“For the first time that day, I felt the awful, sick feeling that comes from being afraid to be on the best-protected aircraft in the world.” One of only 14 reporters assigned to travel with the president, Richard Keil ’83, the White House correspondent for Bloomberg News, writes about his experience on September 11, 2001.
Celebrating its centennial this fall, the Sibley Music Library at the Eastman School has grown from a repository for the “music-lovers of Rochester” to an institution whose holdings attract scholars from around the world. Rochester Review takes a peek inside the “vault” at the heart of the library’s Special Collections. By Scott Hauser
While taking part in research programs at the Mt. Hope Family Center that are
internationally regarded for their goal of trying to break the cycle of poverty
and violence, Rochester undergraduates discover firsthand what it’s like
to make a difference in a child’s life. By Jenny Leonard
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