Golisano Institute of Sustainability: A Tour

Hello Tigers! I hope you enjoyed the festivities of Brick City Homecoming 2016. RIT hosted another successful homecoming weekend with numerous activities including the Men’s and Women’s hockey games and SG Horton Distinguished Speaker series with HONY’s

Tiger Center – Software Updates

Have you noticed some new changes on Tiger Center? The Student IT Office just released a new update with new features that are worth checking out! While the team has already made searching for and enrolling in

What’s in the Gosnell Greenhouse?

Since it’s my last year at RIT, I want to explore all of the hidden gems of RIT I can possibly find. This past weekend for the first time I got to see what lives in RIT’s

Healthy Food Options On Campus

With the endless amount of food options to choose from on campus, there is something that will fill everyone’s cravings. Whether you like an ice cream topped with rainbow sprinkles from Ben and Jerry’s or a quesorito

Celebrate Brick City Homecoming with alumni exhibitions at the William Harris and Bevier Galleries

The William Harris and Bevier galleries are showcasing alumni and RIT-related artists as a part of their latest exhibitions. Opening receptions will be held Thursday, Oct. 13 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. for both the exhibitions,

The Farmers Market at Global Village

This semester several groups on campus collaborated to bring a farmers market to Global Village every other Tuesday from Sept. 13 through Oct. 25.  The farmers market is back today from 1-4 p.m. and it has a

“Frozen in Time: The History of RIT Hockey” with Scott Pitoniak

RIT is a place that achieves greatness through difference, a university with hundreds of majors ranging from mechanical engineering to metals and jewelry design, and its students come from more than 100 countries. Despite all the differences