July 23, 2014
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‘Athenaeum’ looks at RIT’s Club Competitors

Athenaeum and its predecessor, News & Events, have always been vehicles for raising awareness on campus from academic programs to special events and the impact on our community to my favorite subjects of all—the people of RIT. Our talented “temporary” communication specialist Matt Gregory has written our Dec. 13 cover story about the rise in more »

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Here we go again

The leaves are changing, mercury is dropping (oh wait, never mind, with back-to-back 80-degree days expected for the weekend) and days are getting shorter. That can only mean that the RIT hockey season is upon us. It seems like the seasons start earlier and earlier, with this one being no exception. Last weekend, RIT shut out more »

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Under the Hood: More about Team UNS, Part II

What’s a public relations department without writers? University News has several: Vienna Carvalho-McGrain covers student affairs and is the editor of the Athenaeum newsletter. Michelle Cometa writes about the College of Applied Science and Technology and the Kate Gleason College of Engineering. Will Dube covers the College of Liberal Arts as well as the Golisano more »

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Postseason journey begins for women’s hockey this weekend

In less than 24 hours from now, the RIT women’s hockey team, ranked No. 2 in Division III, will host the 2011 ECAC West Championship and start its postseason run against Utica, at Ritter Arena. Expectations are high for the Tigers this season, as they were the No. 1 ranked team from the first week of more »

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Help women’s hockey ‘Black Out Heart Disease’ this weekend at Ritter Arena

This weekend, the undefeated No. 1 RIT women’s hockey team will take on No. 4 SUNY Plattsburgh in one of the most anticipated match-ups of the season in Division III hockey. Both teams have been perennial national powers for the last five years, with Plattsburgh winning back-to-back National Championships in 2007 and 2008. The Tigers and Cardinals more »

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Shooting Tigers

Being part of the RIT family for over seven years doesn’t seem like it has been that many. Sure, for several members of the RIT family seven years might seem more like a morning commute in their RIT career. For me, I sure hope I can say the same thing many years from now. Some more »

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