"Fortnite" is exploding in popularity and appealing to all kinds of players. Epic Games has put together a winning formula for this Battle Royal game.
Learn more about what happened at Tora-Con, RIT's annual anime convention.
A review of the Academy Award-winning film, "The Shape of Water."
Following the release of Black Panther, various members of the Deaf and Deaf Black communities began a dialogue about appropriate signage for the movie's themes.
Third in its series, "Television You Should Be Watching: 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'" outlines the reasons you should dust off your stylish leather jacket and give this iconic television show a try.
A comparison of three Rochester bars: Lux Lounge, The Angry Goat Pub and Bug Jar.
"Black Panther"'s five-week domination in theaters has debunked the myth that diverse movies don't sell.
The second in its series, "Television You Should Be Watching" outlines the reasons why you should try the television show "Smallville."
David Levithan's New York Times bestseller "Every Day" and its movie adaptation teach us how love can conquer all.
Even if you’re only a first-year student, you’ve probably heard of the garbage plate. But do you know its history?
A handful of recipes for garbage plate lovers of all kinds.
Women of color are all too often caricatured and stereotyped in our society. Aesha Ash, a ballet dancer from inner city Rochester, aims to change that.
Everyone loves Disney, but when will their empire begin to crumble under the pressure of their overextension?
The first in its series, "Television You Should Be Watching: Stargate" outlines the reasons you should branch out and try a series that has been off the air for some time.
On Friday Feb. 16, RIT students will be celebrating the Year of the Dog with authentic Chinese food and a dragon dance.
2017 film "AlphaGo" gives us a peek into a future where AI will help — not harm — humans.
An original movie musical seven years in the making, “The Greatest Showman” depicts the life and story of P.T. Barnum and his famed circus. Or does it?
Exciting and enthralling, "Murder on the Orient Express" will draw you in and not let go until the mystery is finally solved.
Not just a bowling alley, Radio Social is a fun and unique experience — if you can afford it.
A look back at some of 2017's less successful superhero adaptions.
What made certain comic book adaptions stand out from the crowd last year?
While jokes land well in the latest "Thor" sequel, the story feels thin, detached and underwhelming.
Once taboo, tattoos have become a part of the mainstream. But what is it like to get one? And what is it like to have them?
As the summer of "Game of Thrones" and "Twin Peaks" came to an end, I too felt ready to move on. I was looking for a show with lower stakes and less melodrama.