Time Management

Time Management

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Throughout my entire high school career, I was always told that college would be so much more difficult than high school. However when I finally got here, I found that although the new material could be challenging, the hardest thing to overcome was myself. I could have been considered a procrastinator in high school, but I managed to get homework and projects done on time.

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Craving for More Art and Design as an IGM Student?

Craving for More Art and Design as an IGM Student?

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     Despite the name of our major being “Game Design and Development”, there are not a lot of classes offered on the art and design aspects of game development. Personally I came in with more knowledge on art and design than development but I was interested in the development aspect as well. So I decided to give it a try.

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Nailing the Co-Op Interview

Nailing the Co-Op Interview

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So right now I’m currently searching for my full-time position after I graduate (which is this upcoming December!), but I figured now is a good chance to talk about interviewing with companies for a co-op. This is a post targeted towards current students, but I will discuss in foundational terms just in case.

 

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The Big Day

The Big Day

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If you are anything like me than you might have come to Rochester Institute of Technology for
their exemplary co-op program that is necessary as a graduation requirement for many majors
here. The idea that one must demonstrate the ability to be able to perform capably in their
industry before being able to graduate seems like a no-brainer but very few universities that
prepare you like RIT. Every year RIT has an event during the semester called the Career Fair,

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