Tag: Editor's Note


Editor's Note: Something Greater

by Alex Rogala

While on my way to the REPORTER office last Saturday, I received a call from an old friend. We had previously parted ways at 15, following a rather anticlimactic argument involving the music of Neil Young...


Editor's Note: Going Viral

by Madeleine Villavicencio

On the evening of Jan. 3, I received an email from Karey Pine, the director of the Center for Campus Life. The email’s subject title had span over two lines and, with my mind still running on autopilot due to...


Editor's Note: Once The Ball Drops

by Madeleine Villavicencio

The habit of writing New Year’s resolutions (see “Word on the Street” on page 24) isn’t one I’ve picked up over the years. There’s just something about picking out that one large-ticket item, which will...


Editor's Note: Branding RIT

by Madeleine Villavicencio

Recently, there has been a lot of talk about what exactly it is to be “RIT” and what exactly the RIT brand is. In light of this, it has been decided that RIT needs to figure out its image, hone it, and learn...


Editor's Note: Forgetting Digital

by Madeleine Villavicencio

If you look in my desk drawer, you will find a mess of concert tickets, movie tickets, broken bits of jewelry, playing cards and even the occasional laser tag score sheet; and if you look on my bedside table,...



Editor's Note: Traditions

by Madeleine Villavicencio

While many of you were enjoying a nice turkey dinner with your friends and relatives, my family was relaxing on the beach in 80-degree weather. We never really got into the habit of celebrating turkey day; and...


Editor's Note: Succeeding Stress

by Madeleine Villavicencio

If you think cramming that 25-page final paper that’s due tomorrow on four hours of sleep is bad, then imagine supervising six college boys on a trip to Louisville, Ky., programming a handful of freelance...


Editor's Note: For Love or Money?

by Madeleine Villavicencio

Every summer, I find myself living out of a small suitcase and crashing on my sister’s couch for a prolonged period; and while I’m there, my sister and her roommate spend a good chunk of their weekday evenings...


Editor's Note: Dressing Like a Hero

by Madeleine Villavicencio

As you’re pulling up those ‘60s Go-go boots, applying the finishing touches on your macabre make-up, or straightening up that tie this weekend, think for a moment what you’re representing. Whether you are...

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