In this week's BTB, Catalonia tries to declare independence, thousands march in Ireland to protest the country's ban on abortion and a local hotel gets a well-deserved makeover. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/30/world/europe/irish-abortion-ban-rally.html
Take a look at the traditions of the inauguration ceremony for RIT's new president.
Committee heads outline their plans for the year, Provost Haefner briefs SG on this year's strategic plan and new and old charges were updated.
The results of the grievance committee hearing on Dr. Kontor's termination on Friday, Sep. 22.
Get ready for the newest addition to RIT! A state-of-the-art facility to house the Center for Media, Arts, Games, Interaction and Creativity (MAGIC).
How to not hemorrhage all of your money in the newfound freedom of college.
Transgender students that received hormone therapy at the Student Health Center must now seek treatment off-campus. The qualified provider of hormone therapy at the Health Center was fired in May.
The College of Science recently won a Howard Hughes Medical Institute grant to increase diversity in the sciences.
What the heck does it mean if RIT is accredited and why would that affect your ability to get a job?
Uber and Lyft will soon make their way into upstate New York! Theoretically anyway.
SG restructured student organizations, worked to make RIT more sustainable and announced the results of elections.
Students have become politically active, fighting back against the current political climate.
How does college affect mental health?
Cruel words were found on a mural painted by the Muslim Student Association.
An eighth continent, the launch of a private rocket and more controversial tweets from President Trump occurred this week.
Updates on budgets, PawPrints petitions, and the sale of Racquet Club.
What's the status of the teacher evaluation system and where will it go from here?
Diversity in the Rochester Police Department The new graduates from the Rochester police academy are more diverse than ever, Mayor Lovely Warren said in her official press release.
SG introduced a resolution to help those students and faculty that have been affected by President Trump's immigration order and discussed PawPrint petitions.
Donald Trump was inaugurated on Jan. 20, 2017. What can we predict from this surprising candidate?
Win prizes for attending events on campus.
During this week's SG meeting, RIT's chief marketing officer gave a presentation on his division's goals, current SG president Andrea Shaver discussed the progress of a petition that aims to redesign diplomas and the president of RHA gave a mid-semester review of his MSO.
The two major parties have to adapt to changing voter demands.
1) Yes, there are other elections. When most people hear the word "election" they think of that year-and-a-half-long fight for that big white building in Washington, D.C. However, contrary to most people’s knowledge, there are many other types of elections in the local, state and federal jurisdictions.