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March 2, 2015
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Today’s Top Stories
RIT gets grant to improve hearing loss treatment
RIT was awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health to further develop an advanced intra-cochlear drug delivery system that could improve treatment of hearing loss.
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Students head to Game Developers Conference
More than 100 students, alumni, staff and faculty will attend Game Developers Conference 2015 this week, the world’s largest professional gaming industry event of the year.
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Learn about time, Einstein and super-cold science
Nobel Laureate physicist and 2014 RIT commencement speaker William Phillips will present “Time, Einstein and the Coolest Stuff in the Universe” on Wednesday. His talk, like his commencement address, will include liquid nitrogen demonstrations.
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Featured Video
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Roy Berns, the R.S. Hunter Professor in Color Science, Appearance, and Technology, appears on a Huffington Post Live segment to explain why the color of a photo of a dress looks blue and black to some people and white and gold to others. watch video »

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Tiger Hockey
Men clinch No. 3 seed; women head to semifinals
The men’s hockey team won 2-1 in overtime over Mercyhurst on Saturday, and the women’s team defeated Roberts Morris 1-0 on Saturday in game two of the College Hockey America First Round series.

Sports News
Good showing for track/field in championships
Three records fell as the women’s track and field team finished fourth out of 12 teams at the 2015 New York State Collegiate Track Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships. The men’s team finished fifth out of 13 teams.

RIT in the News
Democrat and Chronicle
Missing student's family issues statement
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Democrat and Chronicle
Rochester Regional to put primary care on RIT campus
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Democrat and Chronicle
Dress color disagreement explained
Mark Fairchild, director of the color science M.S./Ph.D. program, and Roy Berns, the R.S. Hunter Professor in Color Science, Appearance, and Technology, quoted more »

Democrat and Chronicle
RIT offense erupts in 8-0 rout of Mercyhurst
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Democrat and Chronicle
RIT opening up Tiger Tank Challenge
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NBC.com
The dress is blue. Here's why
Mark Fairchild, director of the color science M.S./Ph.D. program, and Roy Berns, the R.S. Hunter Professor in Color Science, Appearance, and Technology, quoted more »

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Upcoming Events
Career Clothing Open House: First-come, first-serve and free of charge, sponsored by TRiO Student Support Services, 2–4 p.m. today, Campus Center room 2650

Knight Speaker Series: “Carpe Prescribo: Melding Technology and Media,” David Cohn, executive producer, Al-Jazeera+, 4 p.m. today, McKenzie Commons, Liberal Arts Hall

Artist lecture: James Borders ’09, sculptor, 5 p.m. today, University Gallery

Conable Distinguished Lecture Series: “For Whom is Africa Rising? Activism & Agency in the Age of Hope,” Saida Hodziae, Cornell University, 3 p.m. March 3, SAU 1829 Room

Spring Career Fair: 10 a.m.–4 p.m. March 4, Gordon Field House

Performance: RIT Jazz Ensemble and jazz ensembles from Rochester-area colleges and universities, 7 p.m. March 4, Ingle Auditorium

Lyon Memorial Lectureship Series: “Technology Innovation: 3D Printing and Multi-rotors Drone,” Steven Forney, Systems Management and Production Center, 7 p.m. March 4, CSD Student Development Center 1300/1310

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Scoreboard
Men’s tennis: Skidmore 8, RIT 1

Wrestling: NCAA Regional Championship, 9th of 18 teams

Men’s hockey: RIT 2, Mercyhurst 1 (OT) (Feb. 28)

Women’s hockey: RIT 1, Robert Morris 0 (Feb. 28)

Men’s lacrosse: RIT 12, Ithaca 9 (Feb. 28)

Men’s hockey: RIT 8, Mercyhurst 0 (Feb. 27)

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