RIT Film students are the first to represent RIT as finalists in the Coca-Cola Refreshing Films Challenge.
An exclusive interview with Dr. Sydnee Smirl McElroy about her political campaign
A look into campus sustainability at RIT
What do we do when seemingly sustainable solutions perpetuate environmental racism?
RIT's black community has a rich history and culture on campus that's unknown to many.
A closer look at the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences
Examining the ethical conversation surrounding one of America's favorite genres
Shedding light on the platform fighter genre and its growing community
As NPR's 50th comes to an end, where will public radio go?
Where does electronic waste end up?
The history of the commonly used non-binary pronoun “they”
The science and addiction behind slot machines and gambling
As the United States withdraws from Afghanistan, Rochester works with refugees.
Concerns have been circling the NTID Scholarships. We explore the truth to it
Fourth year Game Design major Hailey Mott discusses the history of her game, developing for Steam and where she plans to go next.
How lab leaks happen, and what we’ve done about them.
A look into the cryptocurrencies that exist beyond Bitcoin.
Who is Kathy Hochul, and what does her inauguration spell for New York?
Thinking of skipping work? So is Labor Movement X.
How process, fear and doubt can gatekeep justice
What we know, and what we don't know about the impeachment
Explore projects of selected students and into what graduate school entails.
The Rochester mayoral election largely hinges on June's Democratic primary.
Citizen journalism and its role in society.