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The photography staff of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, which includes RIT alumnus David Carson, won the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography on Monday. more »

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Purdue dean gets first Kate Gleason Medal Purdue University dean of engineering Leah Jamieson is being recognized with the first Kate Gleason Medal for Leadership in Engineering Education. more »

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William Harris Gallery hosts group thesis exhibit “Solve for X” explores the questions, perspectives, frustrations and wonderment of life’s journey and runs April 23 through May 7. more »

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Mourning the loss of RIT student Max Maisel The RIT family is mourning the loss of Max Maisel, a third-year professional photographic illustration student from Fairfield, Conn. more »

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Hack your first computer at Imagine RIT Students from RIT’s Competitive Cybersecurity Club will demonstrate and teach three common computer vulnerabilities at the Imagine RIT festival on May 2. more »

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College of Liberal Arts honors students for writing excellence

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RIT's College of Liberal Arts honored student achievement in writing with the presentation of the 2015 Henry and Mary Kearse Distinguished Lecture and Student Writing Award Ceremony on April 3.


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More than 2,500 anime enthusiasts attended Tora-Con 2015 on campus.

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