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Brick City Homecoming ’06

An environmentalist, a comedian and a rock band will take the stage during RIT’s Brick City Homecoming festivities Oct. 5-8. Comedian and three-time Emmy award winner Brad Garrett, best known for his portrayal of Robert Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond, will entertain the crowd at

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Manning debt study focus of new film

Robert Manning was destined to play a major dramatic role in the film industry. Who else could convince actor Jimmy Smits to forgo accepting a role in a MasterCard commercial because “it would be condoning how we as a nation are being strangled by

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McKinzie steps down as dean

After more than 19 years as dean of RIT’s College of Applied Science and Technology, Wiley McKinzie has resigned from that position to pursue other academic interests. Carol Richardson, who has been serving as CAST vice dean and the Paul A. Miller Professor for

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Student spotlight: ROTC student shares military experience with CIMS

RIT is known for its combination of in-class education and real-world training, which help create well-rounded graduates who succeed professionally. For James Bagg, a fifth-year industrial and systems engineering major in the Kate Gleason College of Engineering, his experience at RIT has given him

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Grant furthers auto emissions research

Tougher environmental policies aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the U.S. transportation sector will affect more than the production of cars and light trucks. Changes throughout the automotive industry will impact consumer behavior and the environment in uncertain ways. In an effort to predict the

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A grrrreat welcome back to the RIT community

Julia Lisuzzo, manager of administrative operations at Wallace Library, poses with Ritchie the Tiger at the Wallace Library open house Sept. 1. The open house included interactive crafts, tiger face painting, popcorn and other treats, tours of the library facilities and the opportunity for students to meet library staff.

A. Sue Weisler | photographer


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