Katherine Bukys ’12 (packaging science) designed a happier meal.
Her apple-themed package, “Lettuce Eat: A better way to do fast food,” won top honors at the Paperboard Packaging Alliance Student Design Challenge during the annual Pack Expo and Conference in Chicago. She was recognized for her sustainable and easy-to-use packaging for a ... more »
The cyclocross portion of the RIT Cycling Team secured first place in its division this past season, with individual rider Peter Hagerty, a fifth-year mechanical engineering major, also qualifying for the national championships by placing first in the Men’s A category.
Founded in 2008, the club, which has about 30 racing members, ... more »
“#OnlyAtRIT do we stream the Puppy Bowl on one monitor and the Super Bowl on another, and then discuss the technologies behind each.”
“Just experienced 15 whole seconds of sunlight. I feel spoiled. #OnlyatRIT”
These are the sentiments being shared by members of the RIT community on the social network website Twitter, where ... more »