July 31, 2014
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Journey across America—Part III

Breanna Dobbe and the rest of her Bike and Build team cruise into New Orleans this week, where they will spend several days lending their hands to help rebuild a city still ravaged by Hurricane Katrina. Breanna will continue to update us regularly on The Tiger Beat, so check back often: Over 600 miles into more »

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Journey across America—Part II

Breanna Dobbe, the fourth-year advertising photography student who is in the midst of biking across America with the Bike and Build program, checks in with the second of her series of blogs chronicling her experience. Here’s Part II as Breanna winds down her final days in Florida: It has been one week since this little more »

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Journey across America

Breanna Dobbe, a fourth-year advertising photography student, is about to embark on the adventure of her lifetime. Dobbe is spending her summer biking across the country, stopping to do community service work along the way, with an organization called Bike and Build. Dobbe’s group leaves Jacksonville on Friday and will arrive in San Francisco Aug. more »

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A little fun in the sun

The best thing about working at a place like RIT is that you frequently get to be a part of things that are just, for lack of a better term, cool. Nothing I’ve worked on over the course of the past year is cooler than the event that’s taking place this weekend—the 2007 Baja SAE more »

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RIT students launch social networking site

I’ll admit it. University News doesn’t know about all the amazing work that is being done on campus. That’s largely because not all of it is being done inside the classroom—a great deal of it is taking place in dorm rooms, instead. That’s where second-year students Josh Olin and Ian Paterson created www.mytimehero.com, a social more »

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Insult comic rocks RIT

I received a crash course in crisis communications last week. And it was all thanks to comedian Lisa Lampanelli, who performed in Clark Gym March 23, and her outrageous remarks on the Brother Wease radio show back in January. Bob Finnerty approached me on Monday and filled me in on the controvery. Lampanelli had made more »

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