NEWS

02.01.2013

Forecast

by William Hirsh

FreezeFest: PuppyFest! Kodak Quad. 12 - 4 p.m. Having end of the quarter jitters? Spend some time decompressing at the PuppyFest tent! De-stress with adorable puppies while helping support local Rochester...

Brick Beat

by Kayla Emerson

Late last month, RIT Provost Emeritus Dr. Stanley McKenzie pledged $300,000 to the College of Liberal Arts (COLA) as the Stan McKenzie Salon Endowed Fund. The fund will be used to create an environment like...

01.25.2013

SG Update

by William Hirsh

At the January 18 Student Government (SG) Senate meeting, candidates for NTID Senator and Graduate Senator were selected for the remainder of the academic year. Two candidates for each position deliberated...

Forecast

by Juan Lachapelle, William Hirsh

MISS PUSH AMERICA Ingle Auditorium. 6 – 9 p.m. Who will earn the title of Miss Push America? Help raise money for those who are disabled at Pi Kappa Phi’s annual Miss Push America Pageant. Cost:...

01.18.2013

Forecast

by Juan Lachapelle

RIT’s BEST DANCE CREW COMPETITION Clark Gym. 8 - 11 p.m. Let’s see how you move! Join RIT’s College Activities Board and Velocity for a dance competition that will surely get you moving. Come watch teams...

 

RIT Debit in Transition

by William Hirsh

Near the end of winter break, RIT students with Dining Services accounts received a memo with distressing news: RIT debit can only be used for buying food and drinks on campus following January 5. Abrupt and...

SG Update

by William Hirsh

At the Student Government (SG) Senate Meeting on January 11, Kory Samuels, the associate director of Dining Services, spoke about the recent changes to RIT’s food debit. As it stands, RIT students can now only...

01.11.2013

Forecast

by Juan Lachapelle

War of the DJs Al Davis Room, SAU. 7 p.m. — 2 a.m. Watch DJs duke it out as they mix music for the crowd! The audience decides the winner through their cheers. Cost: $3 for singles; $5 for...

Beyond the Bricks

by Krista Bellardo, William Hirsh

Public college tuition rates have increased over the past five years as the result of major decreases in funding for higher education institutions according to a College Board report. The Washington Post...

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