The U.S. and Russia both threatened to withdraw from a nuclear forces treaty, protests continued across France and two ISS-bound rockets were successfully launched.
A NASA spacecraft landed on Mars, a naval clash broke out between Ukraine and Russia and conflict at the U.S.-Mexico border led to the use of tear gas.
At the Nov. 30 2018, Student Government (SG) senate meeting, the senate approved a new SG director of operations and SG director of finance.
Exploring the numerous opportunities for students and faculty to volunteer and give back.
A federal judge blocked Trump's ban on granting asylum to illegal immigrants, Ethiopia appointed a new head of the electoral board and the U.S. government released a report on climate change.
At the Nov. 16 SG senate meeting, petitions were charged and given responses.
Two massive wildfires have burned through hundreds of thousands of acres across the state of California, the UK published a Brexit draft agreement and a new exoplanet was discovered.
An overview of dating violence and what to do if you encounter it.
Updates were given about the Ombuds Office, a new iteration of the first-year program was introduced and the SG president gave a statement on mental health.
A recap of RIT's open forum around mental health.
Are votes being suppressed in American elections?
U.S. midterm election results are in, a mass shooting occurred in California and a proposal to bar illegal immigrants from being granted asylum has been released.
At this week’s SG meeting, OUTspoken’s new transgender resolution was passed by the senate, petitions were charged and given responses and announcements were made.
The suspect in last week's gun attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue has pleaded not guilty, Jair Bolsonaro was elected president of Brazil and the Sri Lankan Parliament will reconvene following a political crisis.
A discussion on the efforts being made to increase the percentage of women in the student population.
At the Oct. 26 SG senate meeting, OUTspoken made a big announcement and petitions were charged.
Investigations are underway into a series of mail bombs threats, flash flooding in Jordan led to at least 17 casualties, Ethiopia swore in its first female president and the official Saudi statement regarding the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has shifted.
RIT students' wearable artwork took to the runway at Rochester Fashion Week.
A presentation was given on the branding change, candidates for Greek Senators' platforms were presented and NTID Senator was elected.
The United States and United Kingdom withdrew from a Saudi conference in response to journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance, a mass shooting occurred at a Crimean college and Nicaragua released 38 political protesters.
On Sept. 25, 2018, protesters gathered outside Planned Parenthood to protest abortion, and counter-protesters came in response.
Policy C23 was presented for endorsement, a new NTID bylaw was passed and petitions were charged and responded to.
Kavanaugh was confirmed as a U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Hurricane Michael left death and destruction in its wake and a space mission to the ISS was aborted shortly after launch.
A presentation was given on Alternative Spring Break, the Mandatory Training Policy was endorsed and petitions were charged and given responses.