Student Survival Guide 2014

CITY's annual student guide to Rochester

Adventure time

You finally have a day to yourself and want to get off campus, but you're left wondering: What is there to do in Rochester? Fear not, as we have assembled a variety of themed day-trips that allow you to discover and experience different aspects of the city — as well as some hidden treasures.

Warm reception

Rochester has a lot to offer LGBTQ students, on and off campus.
As an increasing number of studies are showing, the stress that comes with being a college student can often be a heavy burden. Worries come not only from school work, but the prospect of moving to a new city, meeting new people, and generally continuing to grow as a person.

What kind of night do you want?

It's the end of a busy week, and the weekend has finally arrived — it's time to go out. But with so many options in the Rochester area, it can be difficult to decide exactly where to go.

[Inter]national students

Transitioning from high school to college was a unique challenge for Rochester Institute of Technology student Logan Herrick. Herrick, who came from the small Seneca community of Salamanca, New York — a city with a population of less than 6,000 people — found herself missing the connections she had at home.

Important faces

Rochester is rich with history and there are a numerous important figures, past and present, every young Rochesterian should know.

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