RIT President David C. Munson, Jr. spoke with students about new facilities, multidisciplinary projects and "experiential learning."
Fitness app reveals locations of secret U.S. military bases, Trump delivers his first State of the Union and fired RIT doctor ruled likely discriminated against by the State Division of Human Rights.
See what Financial Aid Director Larry Chambers had to say about the recent email scandal at RIT.
Recover Rochester, a student-run chapter of the Food Recovery Network, has reached an exciting food recovery milestone.
A new Women's Senator is elected and various updates and reminders are given.
Stacy DeRooy previews Title IX survey, Sara Bayerl promotes CampusGroups and Bobby Moakley and Kristina Owens respond to a pedestrian safety petition.
Wendell Castle dies at 85, the NSA deleted surveillance data that it pledged to preserve, NYPD "predictive policing" documents ordered to be released.
RIT alum and former writer for Reporter makes record-breaking donation to RIT.
The Socially Responsible Investment Advisory Committee will be introduced to RIT's governing infrastructure.
A former associate professor in the department of English in COLA has resigned following his administrative leave due to a criminal conviction prior to coming to RIT.
A daring train ride, slave labor, escaping the authorities. It sounds like an adventure movie but it was the reality of living in and escaping from North Korea.
Peruvian pageant brings awareness to violence towards women, GOP reveals their tax proposal and sexually abusing a minor lands Rochester man 30 years in prison.
Government Community Relations details their role on campus, SAAC promotes student athletes' needs and ACA details their various initiatives.
RIT held a town hall on Oct. 30 for candidates running for Henrietta Town Supervisor.
Mueller officially files charges in Russia investigation, Jeff Bezos is now the richest person in the world and Bills trade Marcellus Dareus.
Tony Mendoza provides an update on proposed course withdrawal policy, a student-led project presents their idea to Senate and Spin Bikes' launch week is met with praise.
Not quite. Learn more about the new RIT Housing Fire Safety Policy going into effect this November.
Why DACA is an issue and what it means for students and current Dreamers.
Look at the gowns and garbs in these photos.
An RIT professor in the School of Film and Animation was arrested and convicted of possession of child pornography.
Bobby Moakley talks "Into the ROC," a new committee is formed and current committee chairs provide updates, transfers and closures.
Trump sends mixed signals on healthcare and uses Kelly's son as a talking point, Major Holleder is remembered after 50 years.
Darci Lane-Williams talks about the Center for Women and Gender, a new charge is assigned and other charges are closed.
Why the RHA will be permanently retired.