A "temporary moon" caught in orbit around Earth escaped the planet's gravity.
How the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted RIT's track and field senior athletes.
Gone are the days of large instrumental songs, and it's all due to a common trend.
How does a pandemic influence access services on and off campus?
Applications such as Zoom have impacted our society and culture.
A look at the policies and personalities of presidential candidates Trump and Biden.
The world is changing and we need to adapt, but what exactly does that entail?
Are new financial tech apps breaking barriers or gamifying the investing world?
An energy filled Halloween is approaching.
Changing your major in college is okay — it doesn't define your life.
The nation is in flames, quite literally. If there was ever a time to vote, now is it. I won't accept excuses.
How did RIT go about implementing the various coronavirus-related changes this semester?
"Beauty and the Beast" has some massive changes from the animated original to the live action. So which is better?
Donate now to support wildfire relief on the U.S. West Coast!
Vilomah Orca becomes a mother again, Fall Guys rises up and Zombie fires resurface.
Movie night seems simple enough, but the experience provides more than you'd realize.
An examination of U.S. public policy in the shadow of COVID-19.
Damn, we’ve really been through it. In less than a year the world has experienced one of the largest wildfire outbreaks in recorded history, a serious threat of an American-Iranian war, the impeachment of a U.S. president, a medical disaster on the scale of the 1918 flu pandemic, unemployment spiking to levels reminiscent of the Great Depression and one of the largest civil rights movements in American history. And here we are back in classes, caught in the middle.
When physical interaction isn't an option anymore, where do you go?
The gym is overrated. Here's how you can get a great workout without it.
Ways to deal with loss and finding a support system.
Update on the activities of Student Government for the week of Sept. 4, 2020.
When asked about college, I used to force myself to smile and celebrate the idea of moving onto great things as my friends and family expected me to. However, I was actually quite bitter. I did not want to leave behind my comfortable and safe life that I had built in my hometown for the past 18 years. I kept myself so busy that I didn’t have time to let myself acknowledge any emotions or even pursue anything that didn’t lend itself to someone else’s definition of success.
Student thoughts on the upcoming Fall semester and the impact of COVID-19.