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January 22, 2015
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Today’s Top Stories
ASL version of 'Let It Go' released on Sunday
Two graduates from NTID will star in an American Sign Language music video of the popular “Let It Go” song.
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‘Clairvoyance’ exhibit runs Jan. 23-Feb. 6
Gallery r celebrates the New Year with 'Clairvoyance,' a solo showcase featuring the work of Midwest artist Ryan Lamfers.
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How athletes spend the intersession
RIT Tigers continue to compete during winter intersession. The 280 student-athletes use the semester break for intense training. watch video »

Robert Chung, professor, School of Media Sciences, has been appointed the Roger K. Fawcett Distinguished Professor. Chung is renowned for his work with ISO standards and color management. more Newsmakers »

Tiger Hockey
Women’s hockey returns home to face Syracuse
The women’s hockey team hosts Syracuse University on Friday at the Gene Polisseni Center, starting at 7:05 p.m. RIT students and youth hockey players wearing their team jerseys receive free admission.
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Sports News
Women's swimming and diving team victorious
The women’s swimming and diving team defeated William Smith College. RIT won eight of the 13 events.
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RIT in the News
Microsoft in the Age of Satya Nadella
Alex Kipman '01 (software engineering) featured more »

Democrat and Chronicle
Schumer urges White House to include RIT
RIT mentioned more »

Rochester Business Journal
Seniors break stereotype, become more tech savvy
Vicki Hanson, distinguished professor of information Sciences and technologies, quoted more »

NCAA Convention keynote places college athletes at the forefront
Chelsea Shoemaker '13 (international business) featured more »

Democrat and Chronicle
RIT symposium focuses on the prose
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The Christian Science Monitor
With big data invading campus, universities risk unfairly profiling their students
Guest essay by Evan Selinger, associate professor of philosophy more »

Healthcare Design
Showing your stuff
Rion Rizzo ('80, professional photography) quoted more »

The Huffington Post
Board-Staff Relationships: For-Profits Take Cue From Nonprofit Model
Guest essay by Eugene Fram, professor emeritus, Saunders College of Business more »

The Cary News
For deaf Cary mechanic, 'communication is key'
Deven Lee '09 (applied arts and sciences) featured more »

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Upcoming Events
Move-in: For new students, until 5 p.m. today, residence halls

Semester begins: Day, evening and online classes begin Jan. 26

Welcome back party: Hosted by Association for Commuter Engagement, 11 a.m.–1 p.m. Jan. 29, commuter lounge

Expressions of King’s Legacy: Keynote speaker Soledad O’Brien, noon Jan. 29, Gordon Field House (registration required)

An Evening of Music and Poetry: Featuring violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins, pianist Craig Ketter, slam poets Dominique Christina and Denice Frohman, 7 p.m. Jan. 29, Al Davis Room, SAU

Blood drive: For faculty and staff, 8:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Jan. 30, Gordon Field House (make appointment using sponsor code: ritfacultystaffrochester)

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Women’s swimming/diving: RIT 144, William Smith 94

Men’s basketball: RIT 76, Union College 68

Women’s basketball: Union College 58, RIT 56

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