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.
Mayor Mato Franković speaks about some of the unusual challenges Dubrovnik faces today.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a $50 million pledge to help fund a mission to revitalize Rochester's riverside.
RIT is currently in the process of revising the C11 Policy, which deals with free speech and expression.
This year's TEDxRIT speakers covered a range of remarkable topics.
Multiple PawPrints petitions are reviewed, "Of the Month" awards are handed out and President Munson reviews the current draft of his strategic plan.
Tesla visits Rochester in Upstate tour, Rochester schools take action in wake of Florida shooting and Nokia and Vodafone bring 4G to the moon.
RIT Provost Jeremy Haefner, Associate Provost of International Education and Global Programs Jim Myers and RIT Dubai President Yousef Al-Assaf weigh in on the plans to construct a new campus for RIT Dubai.
Both students and faculty are increasing their efforts to transform RIT into a global community. For the past six years, Student Government (SG) representatives have been working on unifying the SG brand across all of the RIT campuses, while faculty and staff have led efforts to create transformational experiences for students through study abroad as far back as 1997. The Student Government Global Consortium
Updates from the open forum earlier this month, input from students, the new medical director of Student Health and more.
RIT's animal policy is discussed, the free speech policy is debated further and COLA career fair makes progress.
Students, lawmakers and the president react in the aftermath of Florida School Shooting, the Mueller investigation reveals the extent of Russia's influence on American voters and Black Panther has roots in Rochester.
United Way announces plans to raise $400,000, SG election procedures are reviewed and RIT's free speech policy is further discussed.
A school shooting in Florida devastates the nation, Trump unveils his 2019 budget proposal and the N.Y. state Court of Appeals rules against privacy.
Plans are in the works to improve pedestrian safety around RIT, but it will take time.
Kate Mason provides an update on RIT shuttle services, Sue Provenzano and Nicole Boulais propose a revision to RIT's free speech policy and "SG of the Month"s are awarded.
SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy Rocket, stocks plunge ending nine-year rise and Genesee River Corridor gets $50 million dollar revitalization.
Five months after successfully hiking the Appalachian Trail, RIT alum Michael Conrad came back to share his experiences.
Kin Sejpal gives an overview of RIT's branding and marketing, David Reetz talks about counseling services and the Golisano College is set to see an update.