A letter to the RIT Graduating Class of 2020, from RIT's Counseling and Psychological Services
Maybe childhood holds the key to adulthood issues?
The integration of memes into everyday life becomes more widespread as the younger generation grow older. But what can memes teach us about our cultural shifts and changes?
A tornado ripped through Tennessee and more democrats dropped out of the race, all while global panic ensues.
Student Government update for the week of Feb. 14, 2020.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association faces numerous challenges and their less-than-stellar reputation can have a negative effect on athletes.
Numerous sports are played across RIT, yet many don't know much about those who play them.
Many names dot RIT's campus — but who are the people behind them?
A look at urban art murals in Rochester.
It's more complicated than you think.
The Peace Corps has provided global volunteering opportunities since 1961.
Book 'em, chief! This murder mystery modernizes the genre and is both timely and fun.
Sandy Johnson and Anika Aftab hosted an open conversation with RIT students on mental wellness.
As Germany recovers from a shooting, Roger Stone gets jail time and a license plate causes a stir.
Dear Cliches, I often rely on you to help me get my point across and craft my thoughts in relatable ways. Sometimes, I use you too much. However, while many people think you are overused, I still believe you hold valuable life lessons. For example, “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” You remind me to take the challenges life hands me, learn from them and transform them into something sweet.
There's something to be said for tweeting on the trail
Either as tools of war or pioneers in technology, drones have a hard line of pros and cons.
Undetected by peers and the community, many Asian American and Pacific Islander students are subject to the internalization of academic pressure and Eastern values carried overseas by their parents. More recently, attention from the RIT community has been directed to address the lack of proper resources to support aspects of mental health among the student body.
What happens when the mass media stops serving the masses?
The Oscars are trying to include more big films in its best picture lineup, but is this strategy for better or for worse?
Colorado made a big boom, and so did Andrew Yang, Michael Bennet and women in Iraq.
How can we study effectively with so many massive exams in so little time?
Trump is doing things, and in unrelated news, human yarn?
The science of memory and how we can use it to our advantage in a college setting.
Brexit has arrived, new images of the sun have been taken and an earthquake hit the Caribbean — what a way to start 2020.
Student Government update for the week of Feb. 7, 2020.
It's been about a year since RIT released its grand brand plan. How did they do?