Voting has ended and the Tigers have spoken! Farid Barquet and Bobby Moakley have been elected as next year’s Student Government President and Vice President respectively. I asked Farid and Bobby a few questions about themselves and their platform so you can get to know them a little better. Student Government’s new president Farid is … Continue reading Meet Your SG President & Vice President
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 that Dr. Destler would come on air as President. It was special as well in that it was … Continue reading Final Ask Destler Recap
Did you miss the RIT’s first Gallery Hop last month? Not to worry, because College of Imaging Arts and Sciences (CIAS) is hosting their second Gallery Hop event! The William Harris, Bevier and University Galleries will be showcasing the second part of MFA theses by students from various schools in CIAS. The MFA theses exhibition … Continue reading Gallery Hop returns!
Visit the Academic Support Center If you find yourself having trouble with a particular course topic, and can’t seem to grasp the overall concept, a trip to the Academic Support Center (ASC) may be worthwhile. Rochester Institute of Technology’s Academic Support Center provides assistance to members of our student body in a variety of ways. … Continue reading 8 Ways To Manage Your Time Effectively
RIT’s Cary Graphic Arts Collection is known for its collection of books and archives surrounding the history of printing, graphic design, typography, calligraphy and more. This year, Cary Collection is hosting "The Dynamic Library", an exhibition showcasing their recent acquisitions of graphic arts history. This exhibition gives insight into Cary Collection’s transition to a “dynamic” library. … Continue reading The Dynamic Library: Celebrating the change at Cary’s
April is Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month. Autism affects 1 in 68 children and prevalence figures have continued to grow every year. On average, autism costs a family $60,000 a year, and there is currently no medical detection for a cure. While many are aware of autism’s prevalence, showing your support and acceptance is a … Continue reading Autism Awareness Month at Rochester Institute of Technology
With Spring in full swing, our team here at RIT Behind the Bricks has compiled a list of clothing essentials that everyone here at Rochester Institute of Technology should have in their closet! Check it out! Sweatshirt This may be an obvious essential, but that’s why we decided to put it first on our list. … Continue reading RIT Spring Clothing Essentials