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An Introductory Guide to the Wallace Library

If you have never spent an appreciable amount of time walking around it, the Wallace Library can seem like a daunting place. And let’s face it, most of us rarely venture past Java’s, and if we do

Final Ask Destler Recap

WITR 89.7 has been bringing President Destler in for an interview every few months for years, but this past installment of Ask Destler was a special one. This edition, which aired April 26, marked the last time

What to do around Rochester for spring break

So you are staying in Rochester for spring break. Maybe you need to do homework and stay at school. Maybe you blew all your money on Chipotle instead of saving for that trip to Mexico like you

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.

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

On the Air with Ed Trefzger

It’s Friday night and you’re driving around, playing radio in your car. As you flip between stations, you end up on that one station that usually plays a bunch of bands you have never heard of. But

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

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