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  • row of students in medical coats sitting in chairs in a hallway, taking an exam

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

  • George Eastman statue in the snow

    The statue of philanthropist and University benefactor George Eastman greets passersby on a snowy day on the quad.

  • statue of the first University president in front of the residence halls

    Martin Brewer Anderson, the first president of the University, is flanked by residence halls on River Campus.

  • Midnight Rambers singing in front of Rush Rhees Library

    The Midnight Ramblers are one of four a cappella ensembles on campus. Check out their video, Remember oUR Name

  • aerial view of River Campus

    A new aerial view of River Campus from atop the Brooks Crossing Apartments on the other side of the Genesee River.

  • nighttime photo of Rush Rhees Library with the clock in Dandelion Square

    Two River Campus icons light up the night sky: the Rush Rhees Library tower and the clock at Dandelion Square.

  • George Eastman statue

    Physics doctoral student Joseph Choi pictured in his lab in Bausch & Lomb Hall. Choi and professor John Howell have developed a simple cloaking device that uses ordinary lenses to hid objects across a range of angles.

  • two people silhouetted in front of a giant screen depicting photos of an archaelogical site

    This 3D image of an archaeological dig on Smith's Island in the Bermudas was one of three winners of contest held to demonstrate the capabilities of the VISTA Collaboratory, the University's new 1,000-square-foot data visualization lab in Carlson Library.

  • professor flanked by students holds a viola and points with his bow

    Professor George Taylor leads a viola workshop at the Eastman School of Music.

  • students taking pictures from the Rush Rhees Library tower

    The Rush Rhees Library tower is open to visitors twice a year – during the Halloween Scare Fair and during Senior Week.

  • the Computer Studies Building lit up at night

    Students burn the midnight oil in the Computer Studies Building.

  • looking down on student poster session

    An undergraduate research poster session fills the atrium of Goergen Hall for Biomedical Engineering and Optics.

  • swimming pool with the word ROCHESTER spelled out on the banners

    The Aquatic Center in Georgen Athletic Center was recently renovated and is a regular host for the Liberty League swimming and diving championships.

  • the periodical reading room in Rush Rhees Library

    The Messinger Periodical Reading Room in Rush Rhees Library is a quiet, beautiful space for studying.

  • two student dancers balance against each otherRainya Heath ’14, left, and Kasandra Reyes ’17 participate in a movement class in the recently created Sloan Studio.
  • students sit on colorful chairs under a tall staircase and windows

    Students work in the lobby of the new Ronald Rettner Hall for Media Arts and Innovation, opened in October 2013.

  • rainbow over the Memorial Art Gallery tower

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

  • technicians in the laser lab

    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.

  • student playing bass

    Eastman School of Music student Tyrone Allen II '17 performs during the Rochester International Jazz Festival.

  • student playing the violin, the word BACH on the back of this tshirt

    An Eastman School of Music student wears his love of Bach on his back.

  • students in a classroom

    A history seminar in Dewey Hall.

  • students looking over a balcony in a large atrium

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

  • the flags hanging from the ceiling of Wilson Commons

    The flags in Wilson Commons represent the countries of all currently enrolled Rochester undergraduate students.

  • cross country team in yellow and blue uniforms jogs in a blur past a sign reading Prince Athletic Complex

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

  • dog sitting on the steps in front of the quad and Rush Rhees Library

    PHOTO FRIDAY FAVORITE: from Dana Perrin, Public Safety
    Guide dog in training G-Lee at a Monday night carillon concert.

  • Rush Rhees balcony in the sun

    PHOTO FRIDAY FAVORITE: from Lauren Levine, parent
    The pathway between the bookstore and Georgen.

  • Rush Rhees Library on a rainy fall morning

    PHOTO FRIDAY FAVORITE: from Shelby Weinstein ’16
    Rush Rhees Library in the snow.