Are esports on the rise? How is the definition of an athlete evolving to incorporate those in the world of gaming?
Which is more fearsome: the Yellowjacket's sting, or the Tiger's roar? It's a close call. Ties between RIT and its older crosstown neighbor, University of Rochester (UR), have grown closer over the years. Since RIT became a nationally-ranked research university, RIT and UR have even collaborated on PhD research programs. Does this evolving relationship mean the Yellowjackets and the Tigers have lost their competitive spirit on the playfield?
Looking into how Native American culture is represented in sports.
Did you know the captain of the U.S. Men's Hockey team hails from Rochester?
Missed the Super Bowl? Here's what you need to know.
Whether it be crew, hockey or track and field, RIT's athletic teams didn't disappoint during the fall semester.
Exploring hockey's role, origin and place at RIT.
From Nerf blasters to massage therapy, RIT offers a variety of unusual wellness courses. It's enrollment season and while you may have signed up for all the classes you have to take, consider getting one of your two required wellness courses out of the way. Remember that the school will cover two classes up to $200 — everything after that is applied to eservices via a course fee. All ratings are from openevals.rit.edu.
Abby Wambach, a retired women’s soccer player, two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup Champion, visited the State University of New York at Brockport on Oct. 21, 2017 for a mediated chat alongside reporter Jeff DiVeronica of the Democrat and Chronicle.
If you’re one of those new students who wants to "fit in" and attend the spectacularly beautiful experience that is RIT ice hockey, but don’t know the corner crew chants and how to play along with the Pep Band, or even what they are, this is the article for you! The RIT Corner Crew is a dedicated group of students, alumni, faculty/staff and passionate locals who support RIT Men's and Women's Hockey.
There are some major RIT athletes looking to do big things this year across all athletic teams. Here are a few athletes and how they got here today: Rebecca Schwan What do you think of when you hear the word running? Gym class, being forced to run the mile, being chased through the halls at school, pain, shin splints?
The 22nd annual Mud Tug event took place at the Grace Watson field on the RIT campus on Saturday, September 16th. Organized by Zeta Tau Alpha and Phi Kappa Psi, the muddy tug-of-war competition raised money for the Hillside Family of Agencies.
Didn't manage to achieve your dream summer body? Fun running events can help you out this fall!
Learn more about the benefits and importance of staying fit in college.
Now that the air doesn't hurt your face, Reporter gives you ideas of things to do in the great outdoors.
The 2016–2017 season for the women's swim team was one of the most memorable to date. The women threw their hearts and souls into a season that not only broke records but established a stronger foundation for the program.
In the first week of April, the men's and women's track and field team officially kicked off their spring outdoor season.
After an astounding season, first year defenseman Adam Brubacher has been selected as the Atlantic Hockey Conference Rookie of the Year.
Get the inside scoop of college recruiting through the eyes of both a coach and a student athlete.
Learn more about the local sports teams in town.
After their astounding 2016 season came to a disappointing end, RIT men's lacrosse is back and ready to prove themselves more than ever.
After an unprecedented 2016 season, RIT softball is very excited about the possibility of an even better year.
Last year, Reporter sat down with RIT's cheerleading team to try and bring more attention to the program. This year, the team is doing even bigger things and preparing for Nationals.
From the outside looking in, sports might seem like just something fun to do. Yet for many athletes, they mean much more.