"Pikmin Bloom" offers a casual and fun augmented reality experience.
Dollar Tree aims upward, Biden releases oil and a parade tragedy.
RIT Racing celebrates 30 years of their Formula SAE Racing Team
Interpreting can be a stressful job, with vicarious trauma and other mental health issues that are prevailing problems in the interpreting community.
Student Government 11/19 meeting synopsis.
RIT Space Exploration is exploring ways to bring space down to Earth.
Has Theranos jeopardized future biomedical technology startups?
As NPR's 50th comes to an end, where will public radio go?
December Editor's Note
Reviews of some of Rochester's most famous gay bars
What happens when you remove an author from their work?
Emotional support animals are beneficial in a multitude of ways
Where does electronic waste end up?
The history of the commonly used non-binary pronoun “they”
The science and addiction behind slot machines and gambling
Who is exploring space, and what are they doing next?
The very fabric of American society affects how we view artists
Delving into surveillance centers and their nuances
Regarding Food Waste and what can be done at RIT.
The cultured meat industry grows, success and failure for the Democrats and a concert tragedy.
Student Government 11/12 meeting synopsis.
The Trump Administration infringed on the rights of the trans community
World leaders unite for climate change, a brewing battle over books and Rittenhouse on trial.
The new Executive Director in Athletics, Jacqueline Nicholson, is breaking barriers at RIT.
Refugees Helping Refugees “RHR seeks to foster the growth, self-determination, and self-reliance of Rochester’s refugee community by making them agents of their own advancement. It seeks to become a comprehensive community center providing a full range of services to its own community while also welcoming people from all cultures, ethnicities, and backgrounds.”
Growing up, I too found myself enchanted by the promise of the ‘American Dream.’ White picket fence, income enough to put food on the table every night and take the family on extravagant vacations every summer. I pictured a job I loved and a spouse that cared about me more than anything. I thought if I worked hard enough, I wouldn’t have to face the same hardships I had growing up, that I could make enough here to be comfortable and that would make me happy.
Examining how education is white-centric, and how we can do better