Celebrate First Friday at RIT’s galleries

Hello Tigers! We are now left with the final two weeks of fall semester and the pressure is mounting. If you are looking somewhere to unwind and refresh, what better place than RIT’s art galleries? On the

Dr. Destler discusses the presidential search, Public Safety and more on WITR

President Bill Destler made his second appearance of the year in the WITR Radio studio yesterday. Members of the RIT community had the opportunity to ask Dr. Destler questions in person or by tweeting with the hashtag

“These Things”

William Harris Gallery opened its new exhibition, “These Things,” Nov. 18. It is a group exhibition showcasing the final projects of 17 students taking the Curating and Managing Art Spaces course from the College of Imaging and

What to do on Campus during Thanksgiving

The semester has flown by and the holiday season is already upon us! If you’re able to go home for Thanksgiving, we hope you enjoy the time with your loved ones and eat as much as you

Clayton and Thurston lead the way for RIT Women’s Hockey

It’s not easy being a collegiate athlete. You have to worry about practice, competition and class, and are expected to somehow excel at all of these things. There is also the issue of still having time for

Behind the scenes of “Norman Ives: Constructions and Reconstructions”

The University Gallery and Bevier Gallery at RIT are set to inaugurate their collaborative exhibition, “Norman Ives: Constructions and Reconstructions,” sponsored by Vignelli Center for Design Studies. The opening reception will be held Nov. 18, between 4

RIT Art and History is one click away!

Hello Tigers! As you all can see winter is quickly approaching and the semester is nearing the finish line. With time, more and more of us students will be forced to stay in the confines of indoors