It’s the last week of classes in the summer semester, so you know what that means: preparing for finals, finishing up projects, and – as if those weren’t stressful enough – moving out of wherever you were crashing for the summer and into either your new apartment, if you’re me, an awkward in between kind … Continue reading Move-out Blues
This is week 7, and classes are starting to get intense – especially if you’re taking any 10-week courses (props to you if you’ve done any 5-week ones, I was way too scared to try and squeeze 15 weeks of learning into 5; you’re much braver than I am). For those of you who, like … Continue reading Staying Focused
As you may have heard, RIT Parking and Transportation recently invested in License Plate Reader (LPR) technology to help manage parking at RIT. Since there have been a lot of questions about both the paid parking program and this new technology, I talked to Randy Vercauteren, Director of Parking, Transportation, and Building Services, to get … Continue reading License Plate Recognition System
Last week we gave a quick overview of all the fun things that will be happening here in Rochester in the summer so that you have a reason to venture out of Henrietta and explore. This week, we’ll get a little more specific so that you can fill up this weekend with cool activities and events. … Continue reading Rochester This Weekend
If you’re a student staying at RIT or in Rochester over the summer, you’ve probably noticed that with most of the student body gone it's pretty quiet on campus. Unless you’re planning on spending your whole summer binge watching Game of Thrones or House of Cards – when you’re not working or in class, … Continue reading What Is There to Do in Rochester Over the Summer?
There has been a lot of hype in the media about the Heartbleed Bug since its discovery a few weeks ago. I talked to Dave Pecora, the Manager of RIT’s ITS Command Center, about what exactly the Heartbleed Bug is, why it is dangerous, and RIT’s response. First and foremost, if you get only one … Continue reading Heartbleed Update
As someone who knows next to nothing about programming or the inner workings of the Internet, I dismissed the Heartbleed bug when I first saw the buzz about it on the Internet. When I learned what it actually did, though, I realized it was important to take action and protect myself as best I can … Continue reading Heartbleed Bug? What is that, like, the flu?