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  • math equations written on a transparent surface

    Doing the math in the University's Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Gavett Hall.

  • students walking under cherry trees

    River Campus cherry trees in full bloom on the Eastman Quadrangle.

  • Eastman Quadrangle

    The Eastman Quadrangle -- as seen here from high atop Rush Rhees Library’s tower -- is the heart of the River Campus.

  • group of musicians performing

    Eastman School of Music students Petros Karapetyan, Jim Xi, Grant Rieke, and Dustin Seo perform with members of the Julliard Quartet during a chamber music class in Eastman's Hatch Recital Hall.

  • three students pose for a photo behind a sign that reads UR MAKERS

    Members of the UR Makers, Sarah Harari ’17, Carolyn John ’17, and Chris Smith ’18 take a break from their work on projects in the fabrication lab in Rettner Hall.

  • student performer in traditional Indian dress

    Now in its 31st year, the annual Mela event showcases the music, food, and culture of the Indian sub-continent.

  • football players

    Playing in the Division III University Athletic Association, the University of Rochester Yellowjackets field 21 varsity teams as well as club and intramural sports teams.

  • Rush Rhees Library tower above the trees

    The Rush Rhees Library tower is an icon that can been seen across campus and the city of Rochester.

  • student saxophonists on stage with conductor

    Student saxophonists at the Eastman School are earning exceptional accolades under the guidance of Chien-Kwan Lin ’07E (DMA), associate professor of saxophone.

  • student rides by an ivy-covered building on his bike

    Ivy climbs the sides of Dewey Hall.

  • technicians in clean suits work on a laser

    Technicians work on the OMEGA laser at the Laboratory for Laser Energetics. The University’s Omega Laser Facility is home to two of the world’s most powerful high-energy and high-intensity lasers.

  • Messinger Periodical Reading Room

    The Messinger Periodical Reading Room provides a quiet, beautiful place to study in Rush Rhees Library.

  • night time view of the sky from inside a telescope dome

    The University of Rochester’s C.E.K. Mees Observatory is devoted to research, teaching, and public instruction, and is located 40 miles south of Rochester in the Bristol Hills.

  • student plays violin while where a t-shirt that says BACHAn Eastman School of Music student wears his love of Bach on his back.
  • night view of Rush Rhees Library with the city of Rochester skyline in the background

    Rush Rhees Library lights up the night sky.

  • students in white medical coats sitting in chairs taking an exam

    School of Medicine and Dentistry students undergo their annual assesments each February.

  • students seen studying in the light from a window of a dark building

    Students burn the midnight oil in the Computer Studies Building.

  • A rainbow brightens up the skies over the University’s Memorial Art Gallery

    A rainbow brightens up the skies over the University’s Memorial Art Gallery.

  • students in a classroom

    A history seminar in Dewey Hall.

  • two students lean over a balcony inside LeChase Hall

    Raymond F. LeChase Hall, the home of University of Rochester’s Warner School of Education, was dedicated in May 2013.

  • students in blue and yellow athletics uniforms run past a sign that reads PRINCE ATHLETIC COMPLEX

    The men’s and women’s cross country teams jog past the newly dedicated Prince Athletic Complex.

  • student dances on stage, wearing shirts that read STEP FROM MY SOLE

    Members of the dance group Xclusive perform at the annual Black Students Union step show in Strong Auditorium last winter.

  • 'nursing student with syringe

    School of Nursing student Victor Hernandez works with nursing instructor Kimberly Augustine as part of the school’s Accelerated Program for Non-Nurses.

  • German shephard on the Eastman quad

    PHOTO FRIDAY FAVORITE: From Dana Perrin, Public Safety. A working dog from Guiding Eyes for the Blind takes a break during a visit to the Eastman Quadrangle.

  • aerial photo of Rush Rhees Library tower

    PHOTO FRIDAY FAVORITE: From Chi Huang ’18. Rush Rhees Library, taken with a radio control quadcopter.

  • spiral staircase

    PHOTO FRIDAY FAVORITE: Victoria Heberling, Chemical Engineering. Spiral staircase in the Simon Business School.