July 30, 2014
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Update from the 2007 ‘Big Shot’ in Croatia

Today’s first update from the Big Shot in Dubrovnik, Croatia, is a report from Debbie Kingsbury, assistant dean for RIT’s College of Imaging Arts & Sciences and part of the Big Shot contingent traveling with us: Only 29 more hours until we all arrive at Pile Gate for the Big Shot. Excitement is growing, and more »

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The logistics of the ‘Big Shot’

We met our friends from ACMT for the first time today. There are 13 people on the staff, and more than 600 students study at ACMT. Everyone is so friendly and helpful, and all thrive at multitasking! It was a busy day for the entire ACMT staff and the Big Shot contingency. We had two more »

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Greetings from Dubrovnik, Croatia!

I can’t believe I’m writing to you from this amazingly beautiful place. (I think I’ve taken 100 photos already in the short time we’ve been here.) If you have plans to visit Europe, Dubrovnik—a walled city along the Adriatic Sea—should be a must stop on your list of cities. It’s about 70 degrees today, and 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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Photo galleries launch

Check out the latest feature on the University News website—photo galleries. The galleries will showcase student activities, events, projects and a lively, fun campus. This will be a terrific way to tell the RIT story and provide glimpses of student life through images. Look for the next photo gallery of the FIRST Robotics competition held more »

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Polar Plungers redefine the word ‘cold’

Think it has been cold this week? There are a few Greeks on campus who would beg to differ. They’ve experienced cold. And to them, this must seem like a heat wave. A team of RIT students, all from Greek organizations, took the Polar Plunge Feb. 11. They dove into the frigid water of Lake more »

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