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Designing MAGIC Spell Studios

Earlier this month, RIT proudly released plans to build MAGIC Spell Studios, new space to nurture programs that “consciously and deliberately blur the lines between arts and the sciences, between technology and expression” through the MAGIC Center. This space promises

Tigers for Tigers at RIT

Today marks International Tiger Day, an annual celebration to raise awareness for tiger conservation efforts worldwide. The world has lost 97 percent of its wild tiger population in just over the past 100 years. RIT has joined

New RIT Buses Revealed

Last semester, RIT announced we will be switching from our longtime bus provider Regional Transit Service to First Transit. This means good things for the community, including branded buses, more flexibility and lower costs for the university. Director of Parking and Transportation Randy

Gracie’s Menu Gets Revamped

The Gracie’s menu is getting revamped, adding new health conscious and fun conscious options. Assistant Manager Aimee Mitchell sat down to give me the scoop on what you’ll want to try. Healthy Changes Aimee was asked to

Rochester’s July 2015 Festivals

Summer’s going by way too fast, so make sure you’re fitting in as much festival fun as you can. Here are some highlights of what’s coming up in July: Rochester SummerFest: July 10-11 (Tickets for sale) Rochester is bringing

Kathy Carcaci Reflects on Her 50th RIT Anniversary

Today marks Kathy Carcaci’s 50th anniversary with RIT. After having worked with five presidents and five VPs for Finance and Administration as well as seven Human Resources directors, Kathy now reflects on the evolution of the university and her career.

Brand Yourself this Summer

Doing well in school is only part of landing a job. In this competitive market, there will always be applicants who did similarly well, and you need to figure out how to communicate what makes you different. Get

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