Looking into the ecological challenges that plague the Great Lakes.
A look at the unique challenges faced by DeafBlind students.
What to consider before your next trip.
How America embraced throwaway culture.
The way we build our homes can have unintended consequences.
RIT is changing its infrastructure to engineer a greener future.
The 50th anniversary of NTID is a time to reflect on its past and look to the future.
The history of why and how RIT moved to Henrietta from downtown Rochester.
Reporter investigates what happens to your evaluations after they are submitted.
Freelancing can provide freedom, if you can avoid the pitfalls.
With political situations constantly changing around the world, is anyone considering your safety when it comes to studying abroad?
Students weigh in on climate change, job prospects, politics and hope.
Concerns were raised recently that the increasingly popular RIT FoodShare Center might be demolished — or rather, its home at the Riverknoll Apartments office could be. The RIT FoodShare program has been around since December of 2014, but the Riverknoll apartment complex which serves as its temporary home is considerably older. The modular apartment complex was built in the 1970s in response to the influx of returning veterans from Vietnam.
Thinking about living off campus next year? Find out more about your options and get some advice from student commuters.
Where does RIT stand when it comes to civic engagement?
On the second week of January, RIT will host its very first Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics.
Upon the centennial anniversary for women's suffrage in New York State, the story of the Women's Rights movement is now more relevant than ever.
RIT has had a string of scandals this semester. Read how the public relations department communicates with students after bad press stories.
Learn more about President Munson's plans to grow the performing arts.
Being forced to buy an expensive meal plan can feel like highway robbery.
The fall leaves are turning beautiful colors — and so are the rocks.
The Tojo Garden has always been a place of respite — now find out the story behind it.
If you walk through University Gallery in Booth these days, you might see something wild on the crisp white walls.
A student, an alum and the administration examine the controversial association of a children's character with a sexual act.