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Great news overshadowed by tragedy

The Nov. 15 issue of News & Events features lots of fascinating news. Our lead story is the inauguration of Bill Destler as RIT’s ninth president. It’s followed by news of a groundbreaking study by RIT professor James Winebrake about worldwide deaths caused by marine emissions. And, there are two great “human interest” stories in more »

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Images that make News & Events come alive

While putting together our Nov. 1 issue of News & Events—our usual four-page version, by the way—I thought that, once again, some great images really made this edition “pop.” In general, this one is “visually pleasing.” On the front page, we are immediately drawn to our centerpiece photo—a shot of our young women marching against more »

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A day late—but twice as newsy

The next issue of News & Events was scheduled to deliver Thursday, Oct. 18, but instead will hit campus Friday, Oct. 19. This issue is eight pages of news—and events—as opposed to our traditional four pages. One highlight of the issue is a terrific two-page photo spread recapping the recent Brick City Homecoming celebration. The more »

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What you can expect this time around

While the next issue of News & Events—which delivers Oct. 4—is by no means the most “thrilling” of the bunch, there is still a lot of interesting news to read. This time around we don’t have any multi-million dollar gifts from benefactors to celebrate, but we do feature a great story on a visit from more »

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RIT—An exciting place to be

As I was wrapping up this most recent issue of News & Events and trying to come up with a topic for this week’s blog, it became even more clear to me that RIT really is an exciting place to work and for some, live. Not news to many of you, I’m sure, but once more »

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Too ‘Hotz’ to handle

Okay, I’ll join the growing list of folks who have decided to blog about George Hotz this week. For those of you who aren’t aware of who I’m talking about, George Hotz is famous, or infamous, for unlocking the Apple iPhone. Apparently, this iPhone thing is a big deal. In fact, one of my colleagues more »

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