RIT Dining's got a new food source in its arsenal, but it's not what you might think.
What has the Mental Health and Well-being Task Force accomplished over the past spring semester?
This week, we cover the Area 51 raid, warnings of the upcoming flu season and the Mont Blanc glacier crisis.
The Global Climate Strike has energized students across the globe to demand government action in addressing climate change.
This week we tackle vaping related deaths, the parody of "NASA" and the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.
As thousands of new students enter RIT's campus each year, knowing where to turn for help can be a crucial part of your college years.
Don't be afraid to bridge the gap between the Deaf and hearing communities.
A series of bombings occurred in Sri Lanka, a measles outbreak left LA university students and staff quarantined and Cyclone Kenneth hit Mozambique.
At the March 12, 2019 Student Government senate meeting, a new Code of Ethical Conduct was discussed, along with annual student group updates.
A fire in the Notre-Dame spurred support on renovation efforts for both the cathedral and destroyed U.S. churches, Trump vetoed a resolution to pull military assistance from the war in Yemen and the U.S. government imposed new economic sanctions on Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua.
You've seen outside vendors across campus, but where are the student vendors?
A military coup occurred in Sudan, the World Health Organization met to discuss the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, an Israeli spacecraft crash-landed on the moon and the first photograph of a black hole was taken.
A presentation was given on the United Way campaign, a recommendation for overnight safety in labs was issued, a revision to policy D.15.0 was approved and SG reviewed their stipend increase.
The president of Algeria resigned, the British Parliament continue to debate Brexit plans and both the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the nation of Brunei announced policy changes affecting the LGBTQ community.
At the March 29, 2019 Student Government senate meeting, a presentation was given by the new Director of Diversity Education, SG bylaws were changed and the 2019 SG election results were announced.
The Mueller report failed to find evidence of collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign, the humanitarian crises at the U.S.-Mexico border continues and a comprehensive overview of the global climate in 2018 was released.
The Christchurch mosque shootings of March 15, 2019 affected many across the globe. RIT stood with these victims in solidarity.
Southeast Africa suffered in the aftermath of Cyclone Idai, New Zealand responded to a mass shooting with new gun regulations and the United States recognized Israel's sovereignty over Golan Heights.
The Center for Spirituality and Religious Life is offering new programs and events for students, faculty and staff regardless of religious beliefs.
Recently escalated tensions between India and Pakistan began to ease, the U.S. House of Representatives voted in favor of a resolution against intolerance and the Trump administration revoked requirements for reporting civilian casualties from drone strikes.
At the March 1, 2019 SG senate meeting, Provost Ellen Granberg gave an update on academic concerns and improvements, petitions were given responses and other general announcements were made.
Future plans to construct a new building were discussed, renovations of Riverknoll were reviewed, SG elections are moving forward and petitions were updated and responded to.
U.S.-North Korea summit talks fell apart, northern California experienced heavy flooding and Michael Cohen testified before Congress.
Recent policy revisions have caused a lot of controversies at RIT.