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The Infamous Math Placement Exam (MPE): What you need to know

(June 05 2012) Written by: Tanner Newcomb in Admissions Process, Coursework, Institute Requirements, Orientation, Student Life

Okay, so... word on the street is that there's a lot of confusion concerning the MPE - who needs to take it,...
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Spring Quarter

(March 12 2012) Written by: Emily Okey in Coursework

Much like Erin stated in her last post, it's gorgeous here. I can hardly believe that it's spring quarter already because we...
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The 5 RIT Students 9x9 Series

(February 21 2012) Written by: Alissa Anderson in Coursework, Life After RIT, Majors & Minors, RIT Behind The Scenes, Student Life

As members of the 5 RIT Students team out mission is to support prospective students in their college search though digital means....
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Week Ten: Final Projects + Quarter Review

(February 20 2012) Written by: Emily Okey in Coursework

It’s that dreaded time again. Finals week looms and projects/homework/tests are piling up to an all time high. And while I know...
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Project Update!

(February 06 2012) Written by: Christina Brooks in Coursework, Student Life

So a few weeks ago Episode 1 of 5 RIT Students launched! In this episode, I talked about some of my projects...
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RIT Behind the Scenes - Season 2

Thursday, 26 January 2012

Meet Christina Brooks! 

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Back to Work!

(January 16 2012) Written by: Christina Brooks in Coursework, Student Life

It’s Week 5. It hasn’t really hit me yet that I’m halfway through the school year. Week 5 is also the week...
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Top 3: College of Liberal Arts

(January 16 2012) Written by: Alissa Anderson in Coursework

The latest mission for the 5RITstudents team is to investigate the best parts of the individual colleges on campus. We are looking...
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Flight Dynamics - Engineering Projects

(December 07 2011) Written by: Alissa Anderson in Coursework, Women at RIT

The life of an engineering student at RIT is full of calculus homework and group projects. My key to survival is to...