Healthy Tigers Archive

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

New Semester, New You!

We’ve all been there. A new calendar year rolls around, and after a few weeks you’ve gotten sidetracked from the health and fitness resolutions you originally planned to achieve. Don’t worry, we’re only week three into the

Working My Butt Off

As a third year student, there are quite a few phrases you listen to on repeat. “It’s due today, but I haven’t started it yet.” “Why is it snowing in April?!?” “Where’s the free pizza?” But one

College Nutrition #HealthyTigers

One out of every 25 college students are estimated to have special dietary needs of some kind, and 60 percent of college students are “food insecure,” meaning they lack resources to obtain nutritious food. We’re notorious for

College Cooking — Corner Store Edition

Eating in college can be tough. After a while, you may want to mix it up from the dining halls, and dorm cooking is kind of limited. It doesn’t have to be dull, though, nor does it

Food for Thought — A New Look for Bytes on the Run

Nestled between Artesano’s and the RIT Photo Store in Monroe Hall sits Bytes on the Run, RIT’s candy and convenience store. This summer, Bytes got a whole new look and now has more options than ever. The best part?

Nerds on Wheels: A Guide to Biking at RIT

RIT is a big campus with lots of places to see, things to do and paths to explore. You can explore those things is by walking, longboarding, scootering or rollerblading around. Alternatively, you can join the herd of

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