By Joe Venniro
Both the RIT men’s basketball and women’s hockey teams paid tribute to the United States military during Armed Forces weekend Jan. 20-21.
The men’s basketball team wore special shirts with the names of local soldiers who lost their lives while serving their country. The women’s hockey team wore camouflage jerseys that were later auctioned, with all proceeds going to the Wounded Warrior ... (more)
By Marcia Morphy
The laminated locker covers come in various designs and colors: football, bubble planet, cheetah, dance, colored smoke and floral. They are a mix between a sticker and a window cling—removable, reusable and leave no residue behind.
Welcome to UrLocker, created by company CEO Jason Shanley, a business management student in RIT’s E. Philip Saunders College of Business. The company website, www.ItsUrLocker.com, also ... (more)
By Kelly Sorensen
Self-proclaimed nerds auctioned off their brainpower and creative talents at the university’s first Nerd Auction, hosted Jan. 20 by the fellows of RIT’s Center for Student Innovation.
“The event was a great way to showcase our talents, as the fellows represent many of RIT’s colleges,” says Eliza Hammer, a fourth-year marketing major and lead fellow from Pennington, N.J.
In addition to auctioning off ... (more)