An examination of RIT's process to fulfill students' requests.
We shouldn’t need a commercial excuse to show our love and appreciation for others.
Fan loyalty and the rivalries they create form the bonds between a nation.
Drag culture in Rochester offers a community of acceptance to LGBT youth.
A look into the student lives of prior service members.
In a space age, we try to discern what makes our planet unique in search for others like it.
College students are adults in training. Many of us depend on our parents for financial support or to help guide us through tough decisions. But at the same time, college is our time to be independent dependents. We budget our own money. We cook our own meals. We handle our own schedules. We have our own adult relationships.
Reasons why you should not live with your significant other.
If you properly prepare, living with a significant other is a deeply rewarding experience.
Guitars Over Guns is an organization dedicated to providing youth from underserved communities with access to music education.
Superheroes, similar to us, go through daily obstacles and troubles. Let's dive deep to find out what it's like to fight their inner demons!
Here's a theory: reading doesn't necessarily make you a better writer. Writing does.
This week we saw more international protesting, another shooting and local law enforcement drama.
Update on the activities of Student Government for the week of Dec. 6, 2019.
RIT's origin looked a lot different than it does today.
The Academic Success Center, Ombuds Office and RIT Foodshare offer many services that students may not even know about.
As the Trump impeachment testimonies continue, Arkansas professors get arrested and Iranian citizens demand answers.
Have you ever wondered what you could do at the Student Health Center?
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.