Going Up in Fumes: Why the Volkswagen Scandal is So Outrageous

by Jake Krajewski | Oct. 3, 2015

Volkswagen has recently been accused of cheating on their diesel cars' emissions tests by the Environmental Protection Agency. In a time where pollution is suffocating our planet and shifting our climate at an alarming rate, we cannot allow ourselves to support such dishonest and environmentally dangerous behavior.

A Birds Eye Look At Drones

by Nathan J. Lichtenstein | Oct. 3, 2015

Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird. It's a plane! No, it's a small unmanned radio controlled aircraft! Everybody and their grandmother can own their very own drone these days. While radio controlled aircrafts are nothing new, the popularity and availability of drones to private business and the general public is something that has only come about in the last few years.

Celebrity Endorsements: Making Useless Technology Look a Little Less Useless, Sometimes

by Michel Corey | Oct. 2, 2015

A look at some of the most useless products that celebrities have endorsed, from U2 to Israeli soda machines.

Elon Musk's Implausible Plan

by Bailey Gribben | Oct. 2, 2015

In his latest scientific endeavor, ultra-futurist Elon Musk is on a mission to civilize Mars. The only problem is that he thinks we have to nuke the red planet to make it habitable.

Album Review: "New Bermuda" by Deafheaven

by Nigel Blair | Oct. 2, 2015

Though boasting some heavy riffs and pounding drums, Deafheaven's "New Bermuda" is still a bit of a disappointment.

There are No Blurred Lines, Robin Thicke

by Alyssa Jackson | Oct. 2, 2015

RIT allowing Robin Thicke to perform on campus is a grossly offensive move.

Sarah Thomas and Jennifer Welter: How Women Have the Power to Change the NFL

by Kristin Grant | Oct. 1, 2015

While the NFL continues to struggle with a proper response to mounting domestic violence charges against its players, a necessary conversation about empowering women in the league has emerged.

RIT Engineers Compete in SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge

by Claire Fleming | Sep. 29, 2015

RIT engineers are currently working to build a clean-energy snowmobile for the Society of Automotive Engineers' Clean Snowmobile Challenge.


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