RIT’s academics are hardly the only thing that the university receives accolades for. RIT has many student clubs and organizations that have been recognized for excellence both internally and externally. One such organization is Eight Beat Measure, RIT’s very own male A Cappella group. In April, Eight Beat Measure received the prestigious Contemporary A Cappella … Continue reading Singing to an Eight Beat Measure
An inevitable part of student life, stress can easily get in the way of a successful semester. However, RIT has a number of resources in place to help combat that stress. Whether you need to voice your opinion or are struggling with your co-op search, there’s someone ready to help you. FoodShare Center According to … Continue reading Stay stress-free at RIT
Are you going to be on or around campus this summer? Don’t worry. Just because the academic year won’t be in full swing doesn’t mean Rochester Institute of Technology won’t have plenty going on. We’ve compiled a list of things happening on and off campus this summer to keep you busy. Check it out! JDRF … Continue reading What’s Happening Around RIT This Summer?
With the end of the academic year upon us, it’s important to take into account proper closing procedures if you live in Rochester Institute of Technology housing. While closing procedures do vary by living complex, our team here at Behind the Bricks has compiled a list of everything you should do before you leave for … Continue reading Housing Operations Closing Procedures
So it’s the last week of classes and you may be scrambling to find an internship, or if you graduate next week, a full-time position. Hopefully you’ve already begun to apply for jobs but if you haven’t, it’s never too late to start. If you’re not sure how or where to start, or just need … Continue reading Utilizing RIT’s Resources to Find a Job
If you have never spent an appreciable amount of time walking around it, the Wallace Library can seem like a daunting place. And let’s face it, most of us rarely venture past Java’s, and if we do it’s for the odd group project or because a professor required a print source for a research paper. … Continue reading An Introductory Guide to the Wallace Library
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