The use of literature, art and other artistic hobbies as coping mechanisms
Two students — a 911 dispatcher and a crisis text line volunteer — provide insight into their work
Learn about your right to protest social and political issues on campus
A deep dive into RIT’s efforts to provide mental health resources for deaf and hard-of-hearing students
Students and administration must work together to combat loneliness and mental health struggles
A deep dive into the RIT Beekeeping Club and the benefits of beekeeping on campus
A Rochester-based non-profit enters its twelfth year of operation
A look into the rituals of Rochester’s Sikh community
Highlighting RIT's athletic trainers
With affirmative action off the table, the pressure to legitimately change our approach to diversity is now greater than ever
DBA is not only a Deaf sports organization but also a family and community
RIT renames yet another building. Is this progress?
Students who have been lucky enough to commute or use a car since their first year will never understand the trials and tribulations of the RIT bus system. Students who use the system are so quick to complain when the schedule is unreliable or the bus is late. What they do not understand, though, is everything that goes on behind the scenes. The Good and the Bad
The RIT Community Mourns The Loss of Ethan Sulik-Doty.
The RIT community mourns the loss of Michael Altieri
How discrimination against local Jewish communities has evolved over the years
With AI-generated art on the rise, artists are both curious and nervous about how it will impact their careers
A conversation with RIT President David Munson about the university's efforts to increase racial diversity in its student body
Highlighting the Bug Jar, one of Rochester's renowned music venues
An exclusive Q&A with prolific author, educator and social media personality Hank Green
A project in RIT's Color Science program is visualizing art in a new way
RIT's radio station WITR expands its wattage signal
Featuring RIT's Tiger athletes
What is happening with the newly vacated Frank Ritter Ice Arena?
After years of construction, why should the campus care about the SHED?
Understanding the Deafness spectrum is key to respecting individuals' identities
Seldom are required courses described as "fun," but these ones can be!