RIT boasts a number of noteworthy alumni. Here are just a few.
The struggles of textbook buying.
Growing up sucks, but we did it our entire lives.
Is new wave horror the next big thing, or is it just stunting the genre's growth?
Celebrating the life and impact of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg following her passing last year.
With elevated horror, you won't need to jump out of your seat to get spooked by this unique kind of cinema
Ever wondered what it would be like to date online? We tried it so you don't have to.
Student Government update for the week of April 9, 2021.
Student Government update for the week of April 16, 2021.
Balancing work and school in a pandemic is difficult, but not impossible.
It’s the end of the academic year, and I’m sitting in my house quarantined with my roommates. It’s the perfect way to cap off a perfect year, right? Yet somehow I can’t help but to be thankful, and not in some “always look on the bright side” kind of way. This is the first time all year I’ve been able to take a break — the first time I haven’t had to drive to campus and back multiple times a day.
The 19th annual CGI International Jazz Festival moves to RIT this year due to COVID-19.
With overseas spectators banned, this Olympic Games will not be the same.
With the rise of cryptocurrency, another opponent comes into the ring.
Fashion is a part of you, regardless of what you think.
The Seneca Park Zoo's family atmosphere is bathed in natural learning.
The Rochester mayoral election largely hinges on June's Democratic primary.
Citizen journalism and its role in society.
2020 may be over, but small businesses are still riding out the storm.
An inside look at vaccines and how they've changed overtime.
Over $1 billion goes through RIT every year. Where does it go, and does it add up?
Which Suite Life Dino duo are you?
A review of the 2021 Oscar Best Picture nominations.
Student Government update for the week of March 19, 2021.