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.
Exploring our affiliations with the university down the road.
Get an inside look on what it means to be a part of ROTC.
What role does spirituality play at a secular university?
As with many holidays, most people do not realize the history of solidarity surrounding Labor Day. This year, it may be what makes this holiday so important.
Not happy with your major? Find out how to make the switch.
Experiential education is the heart of what RIT is as an university, and it's never too early to start exploring the co-op process.
Sweet or salty, someone probably used science to make it that way.
This year, we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Imagine RIT.
Learn more about Rochester's tumultuous history.
During the month of April, RIT held several events to promote awareness about sexual assault.
From writing children's books to playing in a band, get the inside scoop on what RIT's own professors are doing in their free time.
With almost $90,000 raised, RIT's Relay for Life was an astounding success.
Learn more about the exciting developments going on at RIT's very own School for American Crafts.