Fandom Polarity

by Nimish Thapar

RIT, being the “nerd” school that we are, comes with a strong group of fans for various aspects of popular culture. Alongside these more popular fandoms, such as “Doctor Who” and Harry Potter, are numerous,...



Word on the Street

by Juan Madrid

“It’s a little bit fuzzy ... I was at a party...and there was this group of what we thought were like deaf girls there ... and we were talking really loud ... and we were like, ‘Oh! One of them is pretty...


The Cons of Consumerism

by David Utt

It is that time of year again. Leaves are falling, the snow is on its way and the holidays are here yet again. The time for family, food and fun is upon us. But the most important part of the season is, of...



Money Doesn't Grow on Bricks

by Angela Freeman

Anyone who’s been to RIT knows that the Brick City is notorious for existing in a near-constant state of construction. Fountains pop up seemingly overnight, cranes are a permanent feature of the RIT skyline,...


Word on Street

by Juan Madrid

"Stephen Colbert. If he can make his own super PAC, he can run the country." -Diane Catlin, fourth year Biochemistry "Obama. Pick the lesser of the two evils, what's better for us. Obama is a little...

Why Thanksgiving Sucks

by Nicole Howley

I do not like Thanksgiving. When I was younger, I wasn’t really a fan of eating. Mashed potatoes had a weird texture, green beans were vegetables, and stuffing was not macaroni and cheese. I might have eaten a...


Party Hard

by Nicole Howley

Ah, election year: What a perfect time to take Political Science. At least, that’s what I thought, until we began talking about the National Conventions and the different parties. Both sides made snide remarks...

A Green America

by Danielle Delp

For the past two months, millions of voters across America have eagerly followed the presidential debates unfolding between the Democratic and Republican Party candidates. During the second debate session on...

Speak for a Free America

by Angela Freeman

No one likes being told what to do. Paying tax money for causes we don’t believe in. Being rescinded of the right to express controversial opinions for fear of being “offensive.” We live in a nation where...

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