Update on the activities of Student Government for the week of Sept. 4, 2020.
When asked about college, I used to force myself to smile and celebrate the idea of moving onto great things as my friends and family expected me to. However, I was actually quite bitter. I did not want to leave behind my comfortable and safe life that I had built in my hometown for the past 18 years. I kept myself so busy that I didn’t have time to let myself acknowledge any emotions or even pursue anything that didn’t lend itself to someone else’s definition of success.
Student thoughts on the upcoming Fall semester and the impact of COVID-19.
First-year programs help students discover each other's differences and what they want from college.
A list of apps and websites for organizing yourself in college.
Find a job! Get the job!
The move to RIT can be difficult, but you can definitely handle it.
Eat your fruits and veggies, kids.
College is not what I thought it would be ...
COVID-19 has practically shut down our lives. We can’t go to classes, we can’t get haircuts, we can’t go to the gym. We can barely go to the grocery store. Some people are harshly affected while others remain relatively unscathed. Jobs have been lost; the economy isn't doing well. These are unprecedented times that no one really knows how to handle.
Human trafficking is a growing issue in Rochester, and one that has gone largely unnoticed.
Big data collects every piece of information you provide, but to what end?
Once a luxury for the super rich, the enjoyment of fine art has evolved with time.
With the mall industry on a downward spiral, mall owners must innovate or close up shop.
RIT provides safety and direction during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What are the advantages and drawbacks of online and face-to-face courses?
Let’s talk about bees and wasps, and how they’re not as different as we think.
Eating disorders are about more than just weight loss — they take everything from you.
"The Bachelor" can be so toxic to watch, but people love it.
An account of Saturday's Black Lives Matter protest, the rioting and looting that came after and some insight as to why it may have happened.
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.