(March 26 2014) Written by: Carl Domingo in Computing, Research

For one week every year, game studios and publishers converge onto San Francisco for the Game Developers Conference (GDC). During that week,...

Global Game Jam

(March 17 2014) Written by: Carl Domingo in Computing, Innovation, Labs, Research, Student Life

In a previous blog, I talked about the iOS App Challenge, which you can find here: This week, I figured I’d...

Decisions, Decisions

(March 14 2014) Written by: Emily O'Shaughnessy in Visiting RIT, Admissions Process, Athletics, Clubs, Life After RIT, Research, Residence Life, RIT Behind The Scenes, Student Life, Women at RIT

Almost exactly this time three years ago, I received my acceptance letter from RIT, and I couldn't have been more thrilled! Being...


(August 01 2013) Written by: Alix Williams in Community Service, Labs, Research

Hey all you Tigers interested in undergraduate research -- the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) is a great option if you're looking...

Poster Time!

(July 31 2013) Written by: Alix Williams in Research

Getting ready for my poster presentation at the RIT Undergraduate Research Symposium this Friday! The last poster I made for a presentation...

Imagine RIT: The Best and Brightest

(April 11 2012) Written by: Tanner Newcomb in Alumni, Athletics, Clubs, Festivals, Innovation, Research, Student Life, The Arts

Back in the day when I was a prospective student, one of the things I remember most is all the hype that...

Riding on Light Waves: Inside Imaging Science

(November 05 2010) Written by: Kevin Granger in Alumni, Research

Imagine this: you, as a part of the only university with a one-of-a-kind undergraduate program, with a greater than 99% immediate graduate...

"Advice is always very easily given and very difficult to take."

(October 07 2009) Written by: Erin Hazeltine in Academic Calendar, Advising & Support, Clubs, Majors & Minors, Research, RIT Mission, Student Life, The Arts

As Emily expressed in her post about Stefan Sagmeisters “Touch Someone’s Heart with Design” Sagmeister posed a challenge to the RIT student body, and...

A Fusion of Art and Science

(February 13 2009) Written by: Sarah Alef in Coursework, Research

As a biotechnology student, it's not often that I get to regress to days of old and get creative with paint, glue,...