Why getting a houseplant for your apartment may be your best idea yet plus tips and tricks for keeping them alive. On average, people spend about 90% of their time indoors, crazy - right? Well maybe not that crazy for us considering it’s the middle of April in Rochester and we just had an ice … Continue reading Houseplants 101
Approaching its third anniversary on April 13, Rochester Institute of Technology’s Foodshare Center is a campus amenity that all started as a Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/ritfoodshare/about/) letting students know where extra food can be found on campus (from events, programs, etc.). With the goal of supplying food to members of our campus community in need and … Continue reading Share the Love with RIT Foodshare
Today, Monday, April 2, 2018 marks World Autism Awareness Day. Autism currently affects 1 in 68 children, and 1 in 42 boys. Being one of the fastest growing developmental disabilities in the United States, it is important to be informed, and know what resources Rochester Institute of Technology offers for those on the spectrum, check … Continue reading World Autism Awareness Day
About the Day In 2006, National Puppy Day was founded. Celebrations started to raise awareness of puppies in need of adoption. There are a lot of puppies that need to be rescued and need to be adopted from shelters. Dogs are great pets, and they deserve a lot of love. How to Celebrate Donate money … Continue reading National Puppy Day
Spring is officially here! Yes, yes, surely you just looked out the window closest to you and snarked a bit. The white blanket covering campus is a clear indication that spring had really only arrived in our calendars. But in the meantime, as we wait for green to peek out from underneath all the snow, … Continue reading Five Ways to “Go Green” in your Dorm
One of the biggest celebrations of the year is coming up: St. Patrick’s Day. In a sea of green, it can be tough to remember reality. The day can be a lot of fun, especially with the parade and St. Patrick’s Day festivities, but it is important to remember to stay safe. How did St. … Continue reading Stay Safe this St. Patrick’s Day Weekend!
Some things are hard to talk about, but need to be discussed. A lot of love is in the air post-Valentine’s Day, but it is important to shed some light on abusive relationships. February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness month: it is important to know what exactly that means and how to handle a situation … Continue reading Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month