President Munson presented the revised draft of policy C23 and a revised Strategic Plan, the COLA senator was elected and a revised course withdrawal policy was endorsed.
Causewave recently conducted a study looking at the influences local media has on public perceptions of people of color.
The leaders of North and South Korea met to discuss denuclearization, federal funding for Native American tribes will be increased to fight violence against women and a new cycling world record was set.
SG vacancies are filled and the College of Liberal Arts senator nominees presented their platforms.
Hurricane Florence and Typhoon Mangkhut hit land, NASA launched a satellite to measure changes in ice cover and a cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe led to government criticism.
All faculty are now required to use myCourses, making grade discussions more efficient and grade calculations more transparent.
The first Fall Fest at RIT was held Thursday, Sept. 6 through Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018.
The Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement presented their Roar the Vote initiative, OUTspoken shared their response to the Student Health Center's trans care clinic and SG positions were filled.
Over the summer, the former College of Imaging Arts and Sciences and the College of Applied Science and Technology both underwent rebranding.
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A team of industrial engineering students represented RIT at a statewide competition.
The final SG senate meeting was filled with approvals for new committee chairs, bylaw revisions,and charge consolidations.
Korean leaders meet in peace talks, Trump's Veteran's Affairs nominee withdraws and Bill Cosby is found guilty.
A look back at President Munson's first year in office.
An RIT student was recently arrested in connection with her mother's death. What resources are available for others in similar situations to prevent such things from happening?
Policy E30 undergoes revision, bylaw changes are presented and SG cabinet is approved.
Bobby Moakley and Corinne Mendieta are set to take the reigns as SG President and Vice President for the 2018–2019 academic year.
Starbucks trains employees on implicit racial bias, politicians make progress with childcare policies and the IRS extends tax deadline due to computer problems.
A look at the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Sinclair Broadcast Group's news incident and trouble at the border.
The University Advising Office works to expand undergraduate advising, the Center for Spirituality and Religious Life looks to expand its reach and Student Government election results are announced.
Students help rally for gun control.
Chairwoman of the House Rules Committee and Rochester Congresswoman Louise Slaughter has died at age 88.
RSO and Student Government presidential and vice presidential candidates outline their platforms. Elections will occur March 27–28, 2018.