Tag: News

10.29.2010

 

Author Addresses Rightward Shift, Touts Socialism

by Robert Shook

Sherry Wolf opened the Rochester Marxism Conference on October 15 with a strong message about how the many problems she sees in society can be traced back to capitalism. “In a country that is multiracial,...

10.01.2010

 

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...

09.24.2010

 

News Desk

by Tom Sciotto

Mott’s Strike Ends On Monday, September 13, the strike at the Mott’s plant in Williamson, N.Y., which lasted 112 days, was finally brought to an end. The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU)...

09.10.2010

 

News Desk: Summer Edition

by James Arn, Madeleine Villavicencio, Michael Conti

Building Name Change RIT has undergone numerous physical changes since students left in May, but perhaps the least noticeable adjustment of all is the name change of each building. Under the instruction of...

04.16.2010

 

Protesting the Province

by Emily Bogle

Since The Province’s approval in February 2008, workers have been toiling away constructing 14 buildings so that RIT students can move in by the start of the 2010-2011 school year. Over the last few months,...

04.09.2010

 
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Organic Chemistry Lab Evacuated Due to Sulfuric Acid Accident

by Laura Mandanas

On Monday evening, March 29, an organic chemistry lab in the College of Science was evacuated due to a buildup of sulfuric acid fumes. No one was seriously injured. The class was an evening section of an...

02.19.2010

 

Semester Switch Approved

by Emily Bogle

On Feb. 10, President William Destler made the announcement that will change the core of the RIT curriculum. Starting fall of 2013, RIT will be among the majority of higher education institutions adhering to...

02.12.2010

 

Email Gets Lost in the Shuffle

by Leanne Cushing

On January 11, all student e-mail accounts were switched over to Google’s Gmail service. Despite a week’s worth of daily warning e-mails stressing students to change over, many did not. Therefore, when the...

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Academic Senate

by Nick Buonarota, Emily Bogle

The Academic Senate approved the grading switch to include +/-, which was also approved by Provost Jeremy Haefner for implementation in the fall of 2010. There are three guiding principles in making the...



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