Lauren Russell is RIT's very first female zamboni driver. We sat down with her to talk about her experience, her job and what exactly goes into it.
A look at the last week (or so) in RIT sports. This was a pretty huge week for RIT sports, especially the hockey programs, so we're going to bend the week rule a little bit to look at some pretty outstanding games.
The RIT women's hockey team has advanced to the CHA Semifinals after beating Robert Morris in an exciting doubleheader.
The RIT men's hockey team went against Mercyhurst for a doubleheader this past weekend and came out victorious.
Tom Brenner is a photographer who's worked all over RIT. We sat down with him and talked about his beginnings, his process and what inspires him.
The RIT women's hockey team wasn't able to pull off a win against Syracuse, losing 4-1.
Thanks to some incredible plays and a natural hat-trick, the men's hockey team triumphed over Robert Morris.
A look at RIT sports in the week of 2/3 - 2/10.
RIT's Women's Hockey team picked up their second consecutive overtime win this past Friday against Lindenwood.
RIT's longstanding undefeated streak against Army was finally broken this past Friday.
I took pills that would supposedly make my shit sparkle so that you didn't have to.
"I've been doing it for about a year now, and I've had two sprained ankles, a sprained knee, my wrists, a black eye," Lyndsey "Sweet Sexteen" Rae said, taking a pause to recall other injuries. "She went headfirst into a brick wall," she said as she gestured to Sammy "Sammy Knockout" Martin. "Scariest experience ever," Martin said.
A Wanderer's tale of a fabled paradise just beyond RIT's walls...
Buffalo Bills fans are a strange, persevering bunch. We took a look inside what makes some of RIT's biggest Bills fans support the team no matter what.
RIT's Cross Country program took home some big honors this past weekend at the 2014 NCAA Atlantic Regional Championship.
In what has been a tough season for the Tigers (2-6-1, 1-3-1 AHC) so far, hosting a double-header against Holy Cross (3-4-3, 2-0-3 AHC) this past Friday, November 7 and Saturday, November 8 was a daunting task. With several disappointing losses and two relieving wins under their belt, it was hard for the Tigers to enter these games with their heads held high.
A look at RIT sports during the week of 11/11 - 11/18.
Kolbee McCrea, a fourth year women's hockey player who is playing her last season, sat down with Reporter to talk about the team.
Despite their best efforts, the RIT Tigers fell to the Lindenwood Lady Lions last week.
Ali Binnington, who has proven time and time again that she is one of the Tigers' best assets, is playing her last women's hockey season. We sat down with her for an interview.
RIT's first ever OneSpiRIT Global Hockey Festival, which brought together RIT's campuses around the globe for a unifying celebration, was a huge success. Destler and company seem ready and eager to do it again next year, but even bigger.
RIT's Quidditch team, the Dark Marks, has been making a name for itself in the world of college Quidditch. Prateek Ranka investigates the club's beginnings, successes and future endeavors.
A look inside the world of RIT sports during the week of 10/19 - 10/25.
A glimpse of what happened in sports the week of October 13 - 18