Last year I moved from a warm place in the Caribbean called Santo Domingo to the cold world of Rochester. Although I had experienced cold weather before moving to Rochester, little did I know that winter here meant waking up to a 14 degree, white morning. For me, everything started last fall, when the temperature … Continue reading Brace yourselves: Winter is coming!
I met with Scott Vadney, ’91, the general manager of Gracie’s, a few weeks ago to talk about the new reusable to-go containers that have been implemented by Gracie’s. As the largest eatery on campus, Gracie’s can produce a lot of waste. Scott Vadney is leading a project to reduce this waste and make Gracie’s … Continue reading New To-Go Container at Gracie’s
We all know the Brick City Homecoming is this weekend and have heard about the headlining events like the Hockey Game at Blue Cross Arena (GO TIGERS!), but have you checked out the full schedule? There are a variety of activities that will be going on at RIT this weekend. I created a checklist of … Continue reading RIT Brick City Homecoming Weekend
We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and have heard the expression “eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper.” But do you really take this in consideration every morning? As busy students, we just burst out of our dorms to get to … Continue reading The Hunt for the Ultimate RIT Breakfast
It’s the beginning of the year, and many of you have brought your bikes onto campus. It makes getting around campus easier and more convenient, and there are plenty of bike racks to lock your bike up and keep it safe. But there’s a big question that I feel many people do not ask: How … Continue reading Three steps to ensure your bike isn’t stolen
For those of you that were with us over the summer, we covered the reasoning behind the Print HUB move. When we first interviewed Bill Garno, the previous lead for the project, details were unclear. At that time, there was no direct confirmation over the HUB’s new location. We followed up on the matter and … Continue reading Print HUB update
As summer slowly begins to fade away, new students have been making their transition to college life and preparing for the upcoming fall semester. There are a lot of new faces on campus and we’ve heard that some students don’t know which textbooks they have to buy before classes start on August 26. For those … Continue reading