The media, both traditional and social, has found itself under intense scrutiny after the events of the most recent election cycle.
Many are still reeling in the wake of a contentious and bitter presidential election. But in the current political environment, how can people still fight for a more diverse and tolerant America?
President Destler and Dr. Johnson discuss a decade at RIT, their last year and plans for the future
Collaborative workspaces are contributing to the revitalization of the company culture.
An exploration of the surprising nuances behind gift-giving traditions.
Have you experienced any of these symptoms: loneliness, anxiety or lack of motivation? Well, a pet may be just the medication for you! (Side effects may include sneezing).
For three days, industry professionals, RIT students and several from visiting schools gathered for Thought At Work: An annual student-run design conference — all to learn and celebrate design.
We break RIT's organizational structure to help you understand how decisions are made on campus, for campus.
While preparing for Halloween festivities, don't forget the clowns that were just blowing up on social media.
Election Day is fast approaching, but how informed are we about the political parties and their candidates?
Politics is a slimy game. Here's why this election is particularly gross.
Remember the bells that used to ring around campus? There is a chance they may yet chime again.
Members of the RIT community discuss the value and necessity of safe spaces and trigger warnings.
Politics impacts the amount of resources invested in space exploration. RIT students and faculty discuss the importance of pursuing such scientific endeavors.
The RIT athletic community talks about how the media abused Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas and the lessons we all hope 30 year old Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte learned from his trifling in Rio de Janeiro.
In all the weirdness of RIT, we look at the obscure and unusual classes that fall between the cracks, and why they are important.
Communicating anonymously through services like Reddit, Twitter and Yik Yak has become a regular part of the average college student's life.
RIT harbors an innovative environment rich in designers, engineers, software developers and business thinkers. What else are these folks most likely to do when they are struck by an idea but try to make something of it?
Many students can make it through high school with top grades without ever needing to study. Unfortunately, that often isn't the case in college. Here's a guide for studying written by someone who had to learn how to study from scratch.
College can be crazy and exciting. Make sure you cross off items on your freshman bucket list before you're drowning in school work.
RIT’s public performers are hard to miss. But why do they do what they do?
A little-known RIT policy prevents university funds to be used for bottled water. The adjustment has not been smooth.
The Learning Assistants at RIT are revolutionizing the way STEM courses are being taught.
The conversation of race continues at RIT with an emphasis on spreading culture.