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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

Matt Dana's picture

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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My Day at the Fair...

University News Service once did an article about getting out on campus, as there are a lot of stories to experience. Last year I did just that and went to the employee craft fair in the SAU. It was such a great experience, I thought I’d write about it for the Staff Council blog, especially since this year's Craft Fair is this week on Wednesday, Dec 8th from 10-4pm in the SAU.

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Staff Council Website Moves to New Platform

Welcome!  If you are reading this article you are now reading it on the new and improved RIT Staff Council website; a portal full of valuable information for RIT Staff and community members.

The biggest change for this new website is the use of a new platform called Drupal.  Drupal is a content management system, or a website development tool, that allows the end user or client to modify, add, or edit their website without having to know web programming. The Drupal platform was adopted by RIT in 2009.

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Bikes on Campus

If you decide to follow President Destler's and Rebecca Johnson's example and ride your bike to or on campus you can check out the recommended bike routes. These routes even include how to get back to the office or your parked car (if applicable). RIT's Parking and Transportation Services has information about the bicycle program on their website that includes campus bike routes, safety tips, FAQs and other links.

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