An overview of 2020.
Show me one person who’s had a good semester. I’ll wait. Fall 2020 was always going to be difficult — we all were well aware of that when we jumped into it. But many of us didn’t have much of a choice. We could take the semester off, sure, but would it help? Spring 2021 will be much of the same, learning in a COVID-19 environment. Should students take a full year off from school? Is there any guarantee that the pandemic will significantly subside by fall 2021?
The shift in chalk content is raising awareness for Black Lives Matter.
What makes us believe in conspiracy theories?
A gender binary can cause misleading dichotomies and traumatic conformity.
Cottagecore is an internet phenomenon, but its popularity goes much deeper.
Cartoons are no longer just for kids.
As we look to return to normal, RIT Athletics is leading the way.
Generational gaps can make us different from one another based on our experiences.
What to expect from Sony and Microsoft's next-gen consoles.
Are government workers under threat or does misinformation reign?
If my past is your ideal of me, I want nothing to do with that paradise.
It is unfortunate that 52 years after the Civil Rights Movement ended, we are still fighting for the civil rights of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC). Many of you may be aware of the resurgence of Black Lives Matter protests and demonstrations across the country following the brutal killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police in late May. As this summer unraveled, more names of people of color were added to the already long list of BIPOC killed at the hands of white supremacy: Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade and Rochester’s very own Daniel Prude. Seeing the little justice they have received speaks to the lack of value placed on the lives of Black people in this country. Each day, Black people are unfortunately treated as though they aren’t as important or as deserving of life as their white peers. The Black Lives Matter Movement, which is the primary organizer of the nationwide protests, is part of a global foundation:
With their in-depth knowledge of games, officials control the action on and off the court.
"Little Women" is a coming of age story where the March sisters chase after their dreams and face their reality. Will the girls accomplish their dreams, or will they have to compromise?
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.