For Your Consideration: The Skeleton Twins

By Carly Booth | Oct. 24, 2014

A review of Craig Johnson's sophomore feature film.

Technology At RIT

By Erica Karen Butler | Oct. 24, 2014

In the past year, RIT has conducted research in various fields in order to stay on the technological forefront. Thanks to the efforts put forth by students and professors alike, RIT is putting its best foot forward in technology.

The Week in Sports (10/12 - 10/18)

By Prateek Ranka | Oct. 24, 2014

A glimpse of what happened in sports the week of October 13 - 18

Information Sharing in the Healthcare World

By Kim Persky | Oct. 24, 2014

Electronic health care records: one step forward or two steps back? 

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Review

By Jake Krajewski | Oct. 23, 2014

A recent game review.

Waiting For The Haemorrhagic Fever to Break

By Gino Faneli | Oct. 23, 2014

Do you recall the great Swine Flu plague of 2009?

Five years have passed since then. Specialized military forces still prowl the streets in search of sneezing, fever-rage-driven hogs. New York City and Los Angeles continue to attempt to rebuild their once sprawling metropolises, torn to rubble by panicked masses of citizens in search of the few surviving vaccines. I myself write this from my sealed, steel-reinforced bunker two feet below the Mojave Desert somewhere west of Roswell. My girlfriend, Mila Kunis, has taken our last oxygen tank out into the wasteland in search of supplies.

Yeah, none of that happened...

National Day on Writing

By Bryanne McDonough | Oct. 18, 2014

On October 20, the University Writing Commons will be celebrating the National Day on Writing by putting up posters across campus which promote writing at RIT. The National Day on Writing was created by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) six years ago in order to “celebrate writing in all its forms,” according to the NCTE website.

David Yockel, a professional consultant for the Writing Commons, says the day's purpose is to "celebrate the writing that we all do, and not just words on paper for academic purposes...

The Week in Sports

By Prateek Ranka | Oct. 18, 2014

Soccer, hockey, and Tennis for the week of October 6-11

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