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Comfort Food from Nathan's Soup and Salad

Mon, 01/31/2011 - 10:26am -- Anonymous (not verified)

As I walked around campus the other day, the wind grabbed me with a freezing hand.  I needed something to warm me up.  I needed something to comfort my chilled bones.  I needed soup.  I immediately changed direction and headed toward the SAU.  I knew that Nathan’s Soup and Salad would welcome me with a variety of hot soups and tasty breads. 

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Wendy's "Better Me" Inspirational Story

Wendy Kingdollar works in The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, and she has been at RIT since 2007.  Wendy has a great story to tell and again it really is an inspiration and I thank Wendy for sharing her story. To read about Wendy’s “Better Me” success please click on the attachment below.

 

If you have a success story you’d like to share please email staffcoun@rit.edu

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Lea's "Better Me" Inspirational Story

Lea Michel is an assistant professor in the COS,  Department of Chemistry, and she has been at RIT since the summer of 2009.

While the first 3 people featured in this Better Me series were people I knew, Lea’s involvement in the series came about when I reached out to Midge Berfield, RIT’s Manager of Employee Health and Wellness.  I wrote to Midge to tell her about the series I was planning and she suggested we interview Lea.

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Terri's "Better Me" Inspirational Story

I met Terri O’Connor when I moved up to the 4th floor in Eastman. Over the course of the last year Terri told me about how she had lost a lot of weight. She inspires me everyday, so when I was planning this Better Me series Terri obviously came to mind.

I’d like to thank Terri for sharing her story. To read her story please click on the attachment below:

If you have a success story you’d like to share please email staffcoun@rit.edu

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RIT Hidden Benefits

I recently bought a new home computer. I was offered various deals for software like Microsoft Office. I smiled and politely said no thank you. The next day I paid a visit to the Digital Den in the SAU and bought Microsoft Office for under $20.

What great benefits we have here at RIT. Did you know that you can shop at BJ’s in Henrietta and receive membership pricing? Just present your RIT ID card to the person at the membership desk. You will be given a membership card to use during that shopping trip.

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