Ask Destler Recap

Wednesday, Feb. 22, was the first Ask Destler broadcast of the semester! RIT President Bill Destler visited WITR 89.7’s Studio X in the Student Alumni Union to update listeners on current events in and around the university.

Benjamin Entner: Drawings, “inflating” ideas beyond conventions

The art galleries on campus continue their streak of displaying incredible works of extraordinary artists. Benjamin Entner, Assistant Professor of Sculpture and Art History at SUNY Oswego, is one such artist. Entner, accompanied by his students Vanesa

Songs For the Journey

It is hardly a secret that Dr. Destler is a fan of folk music – His banjo collection approaches meme status in RIT culture and his 1973 album “September Sky” is regularly circulated through the student body.

Let’s Cure that Cabin Fever!

We’re in the middle of winter and the semester is getting a little chaotic. If you’re like me, you feel like you’ve been stuck in your apartment for weeks doing homework and studying. Why go outside? It’s

11 Tips and Tricks to Saving Cash as an RIT Student

Saving money in college is something that doesn’t come easily. Textbooks, groceries, and other expenses quickly add up. To help you manage the costs of attending school, I have created a list of ways you can spend

“Where We Stand,” a glimpse into the world of photojournalism

The cold weather and heavy coursework is catching up to many of us, but for the students at RIT’s School of Photographic Arts and Sciences (SPAS), this is probably the most critical and fun part of the

The Ultimate RIT Bus System Guide

With temperatures as low as they are, you probably want to spend as little time walking to class as possible. This is especially true if you happen to live in relatively distant housing complexes such as Province