The Superhero Bubble

by Ryan D. Black | Feb. 8, 2016

The superhero film industry is dying, but new plot twists may be here to save the day.

The Iowa Caucus and Why it Matters

by Bryanne McDonough | Feb. 8, 2016

The Iowa caucus is the first of all state primaries and caucuses, which gives the state a disproportionate amount of influence in who the final party candidates will be.

Tiger of the Week: Matt Hossack

by Kristin Grant | Feb. 8, 2016

This week Reporter sat down with Matt Hossack, 2015 Liberty League Defensive Lacrosse Player of the Year and the Major League Lacrosse Draft Pick.

President Obama Reforms Prisons for a Safer Society

by Bailey Gribben | Feb. 8, 2016

President Obama recently made extensive prison reforms in order to restore one of our nation's core principles.

RITchie: Inside the Suit

by Liz Peterson | Feb. 5, 2016

No one knows who exactly is under the helmet, but many have had the chance to be our mascot.

"Adam Ruins Everything" Review

by Jake Krajewski | Jan. 31, 2016

Can a show that claims to "ruin everything" really be that good? As it turns out, yes, it can.

On Self-Driving Cars

by Ryan D. Black | Dec. 13, 2015

The technology behind self-driving cars is continually improving at a faster rate. From the efforts of tech giants like Google to long established manufacturers like GM and even new enterprises like Tesla, autonomous vehicles may be available to the average driver much sooner than many realize.

Letter to the Editor: Allow Concealed Carry on Campus

by Gary Proud | Dec. 13, 2015

Arming Public Safety is a great step, but we need to allow people with concealed carry permits to start carrying their guns on campus. 

Review: "Master of None"

by Mandi Moon | Dec. 12, 2015

If you're looking for a show that makes you laugh, feel bad about yourself and see society from a fresh point of view all at the same time, "Master of None" is perfect for you. 

Letter to the Editor: Students Don't Distrust Guns, Just Public Safety

by Shayde Nofziger | Dec. 12, 2015

Students that are upset about Public Safety arming a portion of their officers should be  upset because of past issues with the department.

Letter to the Editor: Regarding Public Safety Becoming Armed

by Anonymous | Dec. 10, 2015

It's great that we're taking measures to stop a mass shooting, but why aren't we improving RIT's Counseling Center to prevent mass shootings as well? 

Bi Erasure: Erasing Between the Lines

by Nicholaus James Jodlowski | Dec. 10, 2015

Bisexuality is as real as heterosexuality and homosexuality are, yet people still refuse to accept it.


Public Safety's Plan for Active Shooters

by Alyssa Jackson | Dec. 9, 2015

RIT Public Safety plans to receive firearms training and have a select number of officers become armed. 

The Green-Red Debacle: The NFL Fumbles on Color Rush Uniforms

by Kristin Grant | Dec. 7, 2015

In a recent Buffalo Bills v. New York Jets game, there was a slight snag when it came to the uniforms - and it wasn't because their garish green and red hues made it look like Christmas had come early to New Jersey

Sorry to Burst Your Cyber Bubble: Reports From a Former Online Activist

by Olohirere Jennifer Aruya | Dec. 4, 2015

Recent unfortunate events have caused an uproar on social media. While the angry masses work out their frustration by retweeting everything they can, what effect does all of this have on the possibility of preventing future attacks?

Tigers Saving Tigers: How RIT Athletes Are Helping Wildlife

by Claire Fleming | Dec. 2, 2015

RIT's athletes have a lot to do with saving actual tigers

The Peculiar Nature of Statistics

by Gino Fanelli | Dec. 2, 2015

While statistics can help news stories gain credibility and substance, they can just as easily obscure the facts. Reporter investigates this unique conundrum.

"Undertale" and Permanent Consequences in Video Games

by Jake Krajewski | Nov. 30, 2015

"Undertale" is hailed as an incredible game, and for good reason. Its ability to put a gamer's mindset in perspective is uncanny.

Word On the Street: Thanksgiving Traditions

by Sara Melissa Caruso | Nov. 29, 2015

With Thanksgiving right in our rearview, it's time to reflect on good family, good friends and good food. Whether you went home for your family's traditions or created new ones on campus, we wanted to know, "What are you doing for Thanksgiving?"

Exposing the Monsters Hiding Under the Non-Profit Organization Title

by Bailey Gribben | Nov. 29, 2015

There are over 1.5 million non-profit charity organizations in the United States all trying to support those in need — or at least that's what they're supposed to be doing.


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