Top RIT News Stories, Videos and Podcasts for November 2010




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A. Sue Weisler

From left, RIT President Bill Destler, Stephen Schultz ’89, Senior Vice President for Student Affairs Mary-Beth Cooper and Men’s Hockey Head Coach Wayne Wilson at the Nov. 12 announcement that Schultz and his wife, Vicki, have given $1 million to RIT toward the construction of a new ice arena. The story was the most-read RIT news article for November. Local television news coverage and an audio-podcast of the event also were popular among audience members last month.

Top News Stories

1. RIT announces $15M ‘Power Play’ campaign to support new ice arena

2. Provost shares details about Institute of Health Sciences and Technology

3. Three winners in ‘Alumni Flashback Photo Challenge’

4. Famous funnies: Comic books donated to RIT Cary Graphic Arts Collection

5. Pushing black-hole mergers to the extreme: RIT scientists achieve 100:1 mass ratio

6. RIT named to Princeton Review’s ‘Best 300 Business Schools’

7. Top collegiate computer programmers set to compete at RIT Nov. 6

8. Athletes from seven colleges share game plan for inspiring youngsters

9. RIT Air Force ROTC program named best in Northeast region

10. Faculty, staff step up to the ‘plate’ to serve late-night breakfast to students

Top Videos

1. Halloween @ RIT

2. RIT on TV: Tigers Hockey-All Access

3. RIT on TV: Hockey Announcement

4. RIT’s Shark Tank

5. Campus Connection: Vignelli Center Dedication

Top Podcasts

1. WITR Men's Hockey Postgame Rewind (Nov. 3)

2. WITR Men's Hockey Postgame Rewind (Nov. 10)

3. Tiger Power Play—The Campaign for RIT Hockey

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A. Sue Weisler

From left, RIT President Bill Destler, Stephen Schultz ’89, Senior Vice President for Student Affairs Mary-Beth Cooper and Men’s Hockey Head Coach Wayne Wilson at the Nov. 12 announcement that Schultz and his wife, Vicki, have given $1 million to RIT toward the construction of a new ice arena. The story was the most-read RIT news article for November. Local television news coverage and an audio-podcast of the event also were popular among audience members last month.