The career fair might not be the most effective at actually finding you a job, but it's still good networking practice.
Update on the activities of Student Government for Friday, Nov. 22, 2019.
The video game industry is dealing with overworked employees and ever-tightening deadlines. Is this just what employees are signing up for, or do both fans and companies need to chill out?
Update on the activities of Student Government for Nov. 15, 2019.
The laws surrounding Title IX have changed as has RIT's own policies.
Update on the activities of Student Government for Nov. 8, 2019.
The first step in an epic journey across one of the most enjoyable game worlds.
When my step-dad was in college, he and his friends would find themselves at Denny’s late at night discussing complex, controversial topics. Discussions about abortion, the death penalty and assisted suicide would become heated as they each defended their opinion.
A look at how far genetic editing has come and where it could lead our species.
Money doesn't buy happiness, so why do we work so hard to get it?
Is a hot dog a sandwich? Are muffins cake? Does it really matter?
Corporate social responsibility is a delicate balance between ethics and finances.
The world is on fire and tragedy surrounds us — but yeah, sure, that's a cute puppy.
Between raising a child, adoption and abortion, there are many factors to consider.
Some states look to arm their educators to prevent mass shootings.
For their second year in a row, the RIT Division 1 Dota team has won the Collegiate Starleague Grand Finals.
Yet another school shooting and international flooding, but hey, Disney+ is here.
While professional esports remain a male-dominated space, collegiate teams have begun to change that culture.
The story of Caitlyn Penke's road to post-traumatic growth.
A convoy of travelers were ambushed in Mexico as Super Storm Halong raged in the Pacific and the CDC made a breakthrough.
Released for PC on Sept. 10, 2019, "The Realm of Magic" game pack for "The Sims 4" introduces the long-awaited feature of magic into gameplay.
Updates on the activities of Student Government for Nov. 1, 2019.
Dear RIT, students, staff and faculty, Have you noticed when grabbing something from Sol’s Underground here at RIT how ridiculous the prices are? Handing them your last $20 bill for a little amount of food that may not even last for the week is very common for some students.
This week saw a lot of endings; the leader of ISIS was killed, Twitter banned certain ads and a strike in Chicago ended.
The film "The Upside", starring Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston, has sparked a conversation about having more representation of disabled actors.
Circus bear attacks a trainer in Russia, a high school student brings attention to unaddressed sexual assaults and the California wildfires continue on.
Student Government updates for the week of Oct. 24, 2019.