“Gah! This cup of grapes costs $10, and it is so small! I can find a large bag of grapes for half the price!” This is what I saw a student say in the Commons. The general idea of going to college can be too much of a burden on a student’s wallet already. The cost of food alone is a whole other story.
ARTISANworks is an unforgettable immersion in creative expression of every form.
Looking into LGBT inclusiveness in hockey.
Vapor clouds are more than just sweet scents, they're scientific mysteries.
Munson's future plans for the performance arts at RIT.
The new Global Cybersecurity Institute will aid in industry education and research.
A look back at Reporter's coverage of the Vietnam War and anti-war activism.
Love, support and understanding make a family. Sharing the same blood doesn't.
“I want to be a sign language interpreter.” Like many students, I started college with a set path. I’d take my courses, get my sign language interpreting degree and spend the rest of my life working in the field that I had my heart set on since eighth grade.
Is smart technology right for you?
Many people go to school to get an education and learn how to balance their time, budget, homework, friends and family. Some people can handle those big responsibilities, while some people struggle to handle the burden.
Nihilism says you're meaningless and nothing, but there's meaning to be found in nothingness.
Nancy Pelosi walked out of a meeting the same day a professional boxer died and the U.S. announced pig population threats.
Student Government update from the Oct. 18, 2019 meeting.
Students are pretty riled up over Disney's new streaming service; but is it Disney they’re really mad at or is it something else that’s bothering them?
Update on Student Government affairs on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019.
Dandiya is an annual dance festival held at the George H. Clark Gymnasium sponsored by RIT OASIS.
Student Government President Anika Aftab and Vice President Liam Megraw's plans for the future of Student Government.
Gracie's has a severe understaffing issue and its workers are fighting back.
Keto, paleo and pegan: What are these diets and are they healthy?
As college students burn books and teachers in Florida arm themselves, Hong Kong protesters continue to fight for democracy.
A look into a 10-year-old classic and its newly released demo tapes.
HPV hasn't quite been cured, but a new, more effective and less invasive treatment may be on the horizon.
A movie review of "It Chapter Two," the sequel to the hit 2017 movie "It."
As the deaths from vaping-related illness increase, Paris police investigate a fatal stabbing, and Connecticut investigates a plane crash.
Working out can be painful, but having a buddy can make it that much more tolerable.
This week, the world saw impeachment investigations, infectious insects and international flooding.