The first thing you see when entering the Student Alumni Union (SAU) is a big rainbow flag with a panel besides it that states, “The Rainbow or Pride flag was designed in 1978 by Gilbert Baker as a symbol of unity for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people. This flag is raised to honor … Continue reading The Pride Project at RIT
RIT’s Red Barn Climbing Gym is the oldest building on campus. Built in 1908, the structure we now call the Red Barn belonged to local farmers until RIT purchased the land on which it sat during our transition to the Henrietta campus in 1968. Initially, the barn's intended use was as a night spot where dances, banquets, concerts and other … Continue reading Red Barn Climbing Gym: A Brief History
College of Liberal Arts| Throwback Thursday The Wallace Library and the Liberal Arts Hall were among the Henrietta campus’s original buildings, but what was the RIT College of Liberal Arts originally called? Find out in today’s Throwback Thursday.
The Central Court | Throwback Thursday Today's Throwback Thursday looks back at a spot on RIT campus that a former First Lady of the United States visited 40 years ago. Find out more on our website!