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Editor's Note: The Trouble with Timelines

by James Arn

Everyone loves timelines. They really are an excellent way of communicating a huge amount of chronological data in a neat, comprehensible package. Timelines can tell all sorts of stories, from a history of...



by Adam Watts

This is what I saw when I looked at Facebook a few weeks ago: “Change your FB profile picture to a cartoon from your childhood. The goal? To not see a human face on FB until Monday, Dec. 6. Join the fight...



News Desk 10.29.2010

by Christina Belisle, Cody Turner, Chris Zubak-Skees

Corrections In the October 15 issue of Reporter, “News Desk” incorrectly stated that first year students would be restricted to 16 credits per quarter under the semester conversion plan. They will be...



News Desk

by David Keith Gasser, James Arn, Christina Belisle

Changes Coming to SIS The Student Information System (SIS), which serves as the access point for every RIT student’s scheduling, graduation and financial services, is scheduled for a major upgrade and...



Tech Commentary: Safeguarding Your Reputation

by Elvis Montero

On my way to Upstate New York from the Dominican Republic, I found myself lingering at JFK for over three hours. As I sat in the waiting area and hastily devoured my RSS feeds, I overheard a red-haired...

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