"Torna — The Golden Country" is a gripping expansion pack that can hold its own among its fellow RPGs.
Hozier, father of forest nymphs, has risen from his deep slumber to release a small EP for all to enjoy.
With the Rochester Game Festival having come and gone, let's take a look at the event.
The cons of social media outweigh the pros, according to students.
It seems like a simple boy-meets-girl kind of love story, but is there more to it?
Did you apply to the University of Rochester (UR) during your college search? Find out what students from UR and RIT have to say about their college experience.
Tiger Blood, Tiger Tracks and the Mascot: which of these RIT-themed treats makes the cut?
With a successful Netflix special under his belt, NYC comedian Ryan Hamilton's career is finally taking off. See him perform live at Comedy @ The Carlson in Rochester July 19–21.
There's been a lot of hype surrounding the latest Marvel film. Read on to see how "Avengers: Infinity War" does everything right. (Spoilers)
Look at how the RIT community is celebrating the new warm weather.
In a long distance relationship? Check out these tips to keep the spark alive.
"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?