We’re in the middle of winter and the semester is getting a little chaotic. If you’re like me, you feel like you’ve been stuck in your apartment for weeks doing homework and studying. Why go outside? It’s freezing! Well, I have a few cures for your cabin fever. RIT has a lot to offer and you … Continue reading Let’s Cure that Cabin Fever!
Time has flown by and FreezeFest 2017 is this week! As the headlining event, comedian TJ Miller will be performing at the Gordon Field House Saturday, February 19 at 9 p.m.! You might know him best from the HBO show Silicon Valley, but he’s hilarious when he’s off the script too. Can’t wait till Saturday … Continue reading TJ Miller Preview!
Hello Tigers! We are now left with the final two weeks of fall semester and the pressure is mounting. If you are looking somewhere to unwind and refresh, what better place than RIT’s art galleries? On the first Friday of each month galleries across Rochester open their doors for special events and we have gathered … Continue reading Celebrate First Friday at RIT’s galleries
One of RIT’s most celebrated times of the year, Brick City Homecoming & Family Weekend, is approaching quickly. The ceremonies will commence on Oct. 13 and will last through Oct. 16. There is a massive number of events planned for you and your family, so we narrowed it down to some popular and fun events … Continue reading 7 Things you should not miss this Brick City Homecoming weekend
The Rochester Fringe Festival (September 15 - 24) is stepping into its fifth year of bringing the multi-disciplinary visual and performing arts to the masses. The disciplines include various forms of entertainment such as theater (physical, street, musical etc.), comedy, family entertainment, music, dance and literature performed by international, national and local artists. RIT, being … Continue reading 10 RIT performances you should not miss at Rochester Fringe Festival 2016!
Getting around Rochester without a car can seem daunting. Going solely on the area around campus would seem to reinforce this. Trying to walk to the Wegmans on Hylan Drive is not advised and getting downtown seems like it would take weeks on foot. However, if you have a bicycle, getting around the region is … Continue reading Rochester Bike Trails
With the Fourth of July approaching, if you’re in the area for the summer you are likely starting to make plans for the holiday. However, if you have never been in Rochester for the summer or don’t know what’s going on locally for the holiday, we’ve compiled a quick guide to the festivities in the … Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Fourth of July in Rochester