SpringFest had a Puppyfest tent.
SpringFest kicked off with a barbecue on Thursday.
A jazz concert was held April 27 in Ingle Auditorium.
David Hu of the Georgia Institute of Technology visited RIT today.
Guests from Sweden’s Malmo University are visiting RIT this week.
Associate Professor Dan Larkin leads a photography critique.
RIT’s Center for Urban Entrepreneurship officially opened today.
Spider-Man was among the more than 2,500 anime enthusiasts at RIT Tora-Con.
The Student Environmental Action League (SEAL) organized their E-Cycle Day.
Charles Hull, the “father of 3D printing,” received the Melbert B. Cary Jr. Award.
Thomas Bonadio received the 2016 Herbert W. Vanden Brul Award.
Dr. Carolyn Jacobs from Rochester General Hospital spoke at the Motivational Mondays event.
Brick City Singers performed at its annual spring concert on Saturday.
Brick City Singers performed at its annual spring concert Saturday night.
RIT’s Community Garden kick-off included clearing and planning plot allocation.
Nike designer Eric Avar ’90 signed sneakers during a Distinguished Alumni event.
The 2016 Kern conference focused on visual communication.
Senior fine arts exhibit is on view at Gallery r through Sunday.
Volunteers assembled 2,000 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to donate.
The Learning Assistant Recruiting Fair offered students information about the program.
The annual RIT Juggle-In attracted hundreds of participants and viewers.
Work by MFA students is on view at Bevier Gallery through Sunday.
Jennifer Schneider gave the keynote address at the Graduate Research and Creativity Symposium.
RIT held its annual tribute to the Outstanding Undergraduate Scholars.
AWARE, a fatigue detection and alert system, won the Tiger Tank business competition.
Graduate Education Week at RIT included a reading of the play Photograph 51.
Industrial design students presented their creations for Metaproject 06.
Luis Amaral is speaking today at the Fram Chair in Applied Critical Thinking Lecture.
The Heel Violence walk on Sunday raised awareness of domestic violence.
RIT students worked in teams at the annual RIT Idea Lab.
Work in Progress performed during the Improvamonium festival.
Accepted students and their families participated in the Engineering Diversity Retreat.
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Five teams, including Chemistry for a Cause, are competing in the Tiger Tank business competition today.
Congresswoman Louise Slaughter celebrates the RIT gravitational wave team.
Student Government unveiled a new logo, designed by Vice President Andrea Shaver.
The men’s hockey team salutes the Corner Crew as their season comes to an end.
The photo exhibition A Cuban (r)evolution ends on Wednesday.
FIRST Robotics founder Woodie Flowers met students during a recent competition.
RIT men’s hockey heads to the NCAA Tournament on Saturday.
RIT Men’s Hockey heads to the NCAA Tournament on Saturday.
Students participated in the construction of a sculpture with mathematician George Hart.
Graduate Thesis One is on view through March 20.
RIT students toured RIT’s Venture Creations business incubator.
City of Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren spoke as part of Motivational Mondays.
The math club, PiRIT, celebrated Pi Day with a pie baking contest.
Students play bubble ball soccer to raise awareness of ALS.
Students gathered for the Deaf Deaf World event.
Walk the Moon will perform April 30 for SpringFest.
Ryszard Horowitz attended the opening reception of his exhibit at University Gallery.
NTID Performing Arts presents Godspell this weekend.
The RIT United Way Campaign kicked off yesterday with a carnival in the SAU.
Caroline Baumann spent a day at RIT as speaker for the Vignelli lecture series.
Students from James Monroe High School attended a communication workshop Tuesday.
ESPN’s Nicole Noren spoke about covering gender-based violence on college campuses.
RIT celebrates Shakespeare’s legacy with a series of events through the fall.
Encore performed at their annual concert.
Food: A Celebration of Diversity is the current exhibit at Gallery r.
Sarah Personette, VP at Facebook, offered inspiring advice during Power Your Potential.
Volunteers were recognized for their work on the first Goodbye, Goodbuy! collection and sale.
Toyota is one of more than 250 companies represented at today’s Spring Career Fair.
Designers from retailer Poppin reviewed student work for Metaproject 06.
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The National Society of Black Engineers held its annual Open Mic and Karaoke Night.
More than 200 women attended the WiCHacks all-female hackathon Feb. 27 and 28.
A group chant followed a talk on Zen Buddhism in the MOSAIC Center.
Students explored their options at the Major, Minor and Immersion Fair on Thursday.
Margaret’s House children participated in World Read Aloud Day.
One SpiRIT: Global Unification connected RIT students from around the world.
Caleb Novko tackled the snow and mud at an obstacle course during FreezeFest.
John Mulaney and Nick Kroll were the entertainment for FreezeFest 2016.
RIT Student Wellness hosted a yoga class followed by free yogurt.
A yoga class followed by yogurt took place in Clark Gym.
Students enjoyed game night at Gracie’s on Wednesday.
Students lined up for FreezeFest gear on Wednesday. The annual winter festival starts today.
Students took advantage of a snow day yesterday to spend time outdoors.
Kit Miller spoke to a group of students for a Motivational Monday talk.
Students celebrated the Chinese New Year with a Lion Dance.
RIT researchers are among the group whose work confirms Einstein’s theories.
The Graduation Fair marked 100 days before commencement.
Students from Greece Athena High School visited RIT to celebrate Carnevale.
Delving In, the current exhibition at Gallery r, ends Sunday.
The College Activities Board hosted its annual Super Bowl party on Sunday.
Gamers united for Fusion Fest ’16 to benefit Cancer Wellness Connections.
The Rochester-Finger Lakes Middle and High School Art Exhibition is on view in Bevier Gallery.
The annual Packaging Science Career Fair attracted students seeking co-ops and jobs.
Manhattan-based office furniture retailer Poppin is the industry partner for Metaproject 06.
Black History Month kicked off Tuesday with music, performances and food.
Tribes is a comedy/drama presented this weekend in Panara Theater.
Nineteen RIT students traveled to Cuba to document the environment and people.
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Students met professionals from more than a dozen companies during ARM Developer Day.
Ailey II dancers performed at the Expressions of King’s Legacy celebration Thursday.
Andrew Young gave a keynote address today as part of RIT’s Expressions of King’s Legacy.
Jazz pianist Justin Kauflin performed during the Expressions of King’s Legacy.
Students met with with civil rights leader Andrew Young before his keynote address today.
RIT’s all-female race team Hot Wheelz received training on an engine lathe.
RIT held a Resource Fair for new students entering spring semester.
Residence Life staff came back from intersession early to spend a day volunteering.
Student Government representatives from RIT’s global campuses visited Rochester.
Vietnamese teachers have been at NTID sharing the deaf experience in Vietnam.
First-year RIT students in the IMPRESS program learn metacognitive concepts.
Roger Easton is spending break in France, imaging manuscripts damaged in WWII bombings.
Members of the men’s hockey team take a break from training during intersession.
An RIT student demonstrates use of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.
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RIT professor Bob Rothman will take RIT students, staff and faculty to the Galapagos Islands in January.
James Kane practices drums outside so he doesn't disturb students studying for finals.
The student-run Positive/Negative magazine was released at a reception yesterday.
Students prepared for the new Star Wars film by taking photos with characters from the series.
The RIT Tiger Tracks Train Show and Sale was held on campus this weekend.
U.S. Rep. Louise Slaughter announced the Congressional App Challenge on Saturday.
The RIT Orchestra and New York State Ballet perform “The Nutcracker” together this weekend.
The RIT Orchestra teams up with the New York State Ballet for performances of “The Nutcracker” this weekend.
An exhibit of Milton Glaser posters is currently on display in the University Gallery.
Edwin Gomez takes a selfie with Roarie, the FreezeFest mascot, at the kickoff event yesterday.
Students presented their advertising plans in a campaign management class.
Graphic design students test prototypes of tactile icons for individuals with vision impairment.
Rochester Police Department Officer Christine Wilson gave a motivational talk in the MOSAIC Center..
The men’s basketball team finished fourth in the 50th Wendy’s College Classic tournament.
Folk/soul singer Micah Premnath performed in the lounge at Beanz on Friday night.
Senior Vice President for Student Affairs Sandra Johnson spoke to a group about career paths yesterday.
WiSTEE Connect held a networking event focused on managing and reducing stress yesterday.
Jasmine Phan demonstrates the use of new equipment at the Metrology Lab dedication today.
Proceeds from photos with Santa went to the Golisano Children’s Hospital.
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John Aasp, inaugural gallery director for CIAS, curated the In the Mix exhibition in November.
RIT photography students will be taking holiday portraits on campus this weekend.
Students staged a mock “shaadi,” a traditional Pakistani wedding, last Sunday.
The Better Me Wellness program, in collaboration with Dining Services, is offering themed cooking classes.
RIT’s campus was dusted with the first snow of the season.
More than 20 RIT exhibits were displayed at the Rochester Mini Maker Faire on Saturday.
Twelve RIT students competed for the title of Mr. RIT.
The Alumni Faculty and Staff Chapter and Alumni Relations hosted a breakfast Nov. 19.
SUNY Geneseo President Denise Battles visited RIT Nov. 20.
An exhibit commemorating the 150th birthday of Kate Gleason opened at RIT’s Wallace Center.
RIT sent the women’s cross country team off to its first NCAA Championship this morning.
Alumna Patti Moore attended a critique on students’ packaging designs on Tuesday.
Students showed solidarity with France at an open mic Monday night.
School of Film and Animation student films were shown at the High Falls Film Festival.
The Benigna Chilla exhibit is on display through Nov. 20.
Global Union presented “Unification,” a showcase of cultural performances on Saturday.
Tech start-up Peter Gollan visited RIT as part of the MAGIC Speaker Series.
Italian filmmaker Giovanna Taviani screened her documentary Ritorni on campus yesterday.
RIT honored veterans today at its fifth annual Veterans Day Breakfast.
RIT’s Effective Access Technology Conference showcased innovative solutions for access and inclusion.
Students threw pie at athletes on Monday as part of a Tiger Awareness Week fundraiser.
Women in Engineering and Women in Computing held open houses on Saturday.
Dave Edborg is training for the World Bench Press and Deadlift Championships.
Poet Kevin Kantor performed in the Fireside Lounge on Wednesday.
NTID Performing Arts Program presents “Seasons” this week in the Robert F. Panara Theatre.
Students are taking advantage of unusually warm weather this week.
Native American Heritage Month kicked-off with a celebration on Nov. 3.
Harvey Stern ’84 met with hospitality students this week during his campus visit.
Some third-year photography students spent a week touring organizations in New York City.
Global Union hosted a Halloween party and costume contest on Saturday.
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