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March 30, 2015
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Magical hockey season comes to an end
RIT Tiger spirit was felt across the country this weekend as students, alumni, faculty and staff gathered in a variety of places to cheer on the men’s hockey team, which made history defeating No. 1 Minnesota State but fell to Omaha in the NCAA Midwest Regionals.
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RIT Tiger Trail women return from nine-state relay
After eight days, nine states and 1,400 miles, 15 past and present members of the women’s cross country and track and field squads arrived home Sunday morning. The runners spent their spring breaks on the relay dubbed the Tiger Trail to raise awareness and funds for the Tigers for Tigers Coalition.
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What you missed from GCCIS
The Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences has much to celebrate, including winning the Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition and The Princeton Review ranking the game design and development program.

Two companies accepted into START-UP NY
Two companies with strong ties to RIT—Darkwind Media and Optel Inc.—have been accepted into the state’s START-UP NY business development program.
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Featured Video
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Fifteen past and present members of the women’s cross country and track and field squads returned to the RIT campus on Sunday after running the Tiger Trail relay, a 1,400-mile non-stop relay from Auburn, Ala., to Rochester. watch video »

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RIT on TV: Hockey coverage
Local TV news stations followed the men’s hockey team’s NCAA Tournament run, reporting from South Bend, Ind., as well as from the RIT campus. watch video »

Tiger Hockey
Men put up valiant effort in NCAA loss
No. 2 seed University of Nebraska Omaha scored four third-period goals to break a scoreless tie and end the season for the men’s hockey team in the NCAA Midwest Regional at Compton Family Ice Arena on the campus of Notre Dame on Sunday.
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Sports News
Men’s hockey team draws attention from near and far
The men’s hockey team’s NCAA run caught the attention of media near and far. To see a selection of media coverage, go to rit.edu/news/inthenews.php.

RIT in the News
The Buffalo News
RIT knocks out National No. 1 and shines spotlight on Atlantic Hockey
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Democrat and Chronicle
RIT hockey increases student, alumni pride
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Democrat and Chronicle
Big contributions often don't show up on the scoresheet
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Democrat and Chronicle
Running a firm in a world without sound
W. Scot Atkins, assistant professor of business studies, and Bob Green '75 (art and design), featured more »

Democrat and Chronicle
RIT hockey's memorable season
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Rochester Business Journal
RIT team wins cyber defense competition
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Runner's World
On the Tiger Trail: RIT Team Runs Relay through Campuses with Big Cat Mascots
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Medical Technology Schools
25 Top Professors of Sonography
Dr. Hamad Ghazle, professor of diagnostic medical sonography, featured more »

WXXI.org
RIT offers one big health care challenge, and two days to solve it
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Democrat and Chronicle
RIT emerges as leader in drone research
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Today’s Weather
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Upcoming Events
Lecture: “Governing Diversity: The European Social Fund and the Management of Ethnicity,” Malin McGlinn, Malmö University, 4:30 p.m. March 31, Stan McKenzie Commons, Liberal Arts Hall

Speaker: “It Takes One to Know One,” Sam Antar, convicted felon, former CPA, former CFO of Crazy Eddie, 1 p.m. April 1, Golisano Hall auditorium

Speaker: “It’s More Than Just Statistics—Theoretical Framework in Quantitative PER Studies,” Lin Ding, noon April 1, Orange Hall, room 1340

Speaker: “Research on Language: Where We Went Wrong, What We Got Right, and What We Need to Do,” Susan Easterbrooks, Georgia State University, noon April 2, CSD Student Development Center, room 1310

Lecture: “Evolution of Avian Color,” Jed Burtt, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1 p.m. April 2, Golisano Hall auditorium

Lecture: “Alexander Wilson: The Scot who Founded American Ornithology,” Jed Burtt, Ohio Wesleyan University, 7 p.m. April 2, Golisano Hall auditorium

Opening reception: “Liminal Madness,” School of Art senior fine arts studio exhibition, 6–9 p.m. April 3, Gallery r, 100 College Ave., Rochester (exhibition open through April 19)

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Scoreboard
Men’s hockey: University of Nebraska at Omaha 4, RIT 0

Baseball: RIT 6, St. Lawrence 1

Women’s lacrosse: RIT 9, St. Lawrence 8

Men’s hockey: RIT 2, Minnesota State University 1 (March 28)

Men’s lacrosse: RIT 20, Bard College 2 (March 28)

Women’s lacrosse: RIT 6, Clarkson 4 (March 27)

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