Javier Garza, a journalist based in northern Mexico, with extensive experience covering US-Mexico bilateral issue, spoke on "Covering Immigration from both sides of the border" at the opening International Education week event.
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RIT Plans Hearty Welcome for New Students, Aug. 28
Around 2,275 first-year students will converge at Rochester Institute of Technology on Sunday, Aug. 28, as they move in to dorms and say goodbye to family.
The new class includes more female, minority and international students than the class that enrolled at RIT last year. Additionally, more than 50 percent of this year's freshman class comes from out of state.
RIT also welcomes 875 transfer students. Classes begin on Monday, Sept. 5.
The week of move-in and orientation presents great photo opportunities, open to the media only. Featured events include:
Freshman move-in, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 28, residence halls. Best locations are in front of Kate Gleason Hall, Grace Watson Hall, Nathaniel Rochester Hall and the Baker, Colby, Gleason Quad.
Tiger Walk, 9-9:30 a.m., Monday, Aug. 29, east entrance of Gordon Field House and Activities Center (facing the residence halls). RIT faculty, staff and alumni dressed in RIT garb will line the walkways, giving a cheering welcome to new students and families. This event is in its second year.
Convocation for New Students and Families, 9:45 a.m., Monday, Aug. 29, Gordon Field House and Activities Center, featuring keynote speaker Keith Jenkins, professor in the College of Liberal Arts.