Editor's Note: The Journey

by Alex Rogala

Each May, the RIT campus comes alive. Various groups, teams and organizations emerge from labs across campus to present projects unique, bizarre and fascinating in their own way. People with a wide array of...



Editor's Note: A Sense of Balance

by Alex Rogala

At the threshold of Week 7, I see my fellow students deeply focused on the RIT community. With final projects, Student Government Elections, and registration concerns, our attention is drawn inwards. Jon...



A Statement from the Editorial Board

On Friday afternoon, April 13, Reporter was informed by RIT SportsZone that the article “RIT SportsZone: Rising to the Top” contained information that had been taken verbatim from its website and from the...


Editor's Note: Trial by Fire

by Alex Rogala

“Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.” — Samuel Beckett It has been the weirdest month. On Saturday, March 10, I stepped in as editor in chief. Roughly...



Editor's Note: Sounding Off

by Alex Rogala

It’s strange being the center of news for once. If you haven’t heard the story by now, here’s the rundown: For our April Fool’s issue last week, I chose to run a cover which included the phrase “Fuck...


Letters to the Editor 04.13.2012

by Laura Mandanas, Andy Rees, Madeleine Villavicencio

Editor’s Note: The original cover of DISTORTER, last week’s April Fool’s edition of REPORTER, bore the phrase “Fuck Cats.” Worried by the cover’s content, and responding to concern expressed by a customer...



Editor's Note: A Disappointing Revelation

by Alex Rogala

“Something has got to hold it together. I’m saying my prayers to Elmer, the Greek god of glue.” — Tom Robbins, “Still Life with Woodpecker” Brace yourselves; registration is...



Editor's Note: Writing with White Ink

by Alex Rogala

While catching up on some news this past weekend, I stumbled upon a University News release touting RIT’s partnership with Cell Phone Smart. A project designed to teach children the importance of responsible...



Editor's Note: Reflection

by James Arn

As college students we rarely have the chance to stop and think about our lives, to consider where they’ve already taken us and where may lead from here. With upwards of 16 hours of class each week, plus...

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