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Under the Hood: No place like home

Brown Hall (formerly Building 86) is an itty-bitty building situated on the south end of campus between an even ittier-bittier building and Ross Hall, just south of Color Science Hall. If that was all Greek to you, click here, pick a map and look for BRN. University News occupies about a quarter of Brown Hall. more »

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Wellness—it’s not about the numbers

Our latest issue of Athenaeum has hit stands across campus, and it’s another good one. If you’ve read my last few blog posts, you know that our cover story shines the spotlight on wellness at RIT. Our story helps answer questions like, “What is wellness?” “Why is wellness important?” “What can I do to get more »

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Under the Hood: E is for editing

I have a confession to make: I’m addicted to editing. It all started in college. In addition to journalism, I also majored in English with a concentration in writing. I worked in the Writing Center as a tutor for underclassmen and also copy edited for the school newspaper (one of the many posts I held more »

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My wellness update

It’s week 5 and I’m still thoroughly enjoying my TurboKick class. I’ve made some friends—I don’t know their names, but we gravitate toward each other in class and roll our eyes and laugh at the same time when we feel like we’re going to pass out from a routine. Last week, we had a substitute more »

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Under the Hood: What’s for lunch?

I like food. In fact, I’m eating right now. And I’m thinking about dinnertime, even though it’s not even 9 a.m. Luckily for me, there’s food all over this campus. I’ve dined at Crossroads (love the pizza!), the Student Alumni Union cafeteria and Global Village (tacos!), and so far I’m impressed. For me, thinking of more »

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Under the Hood: My epic battle with parking

I don’t like parking lots. I don’t like parking garages. Parallel parking terrifies me. Parking at the Democrat and Chronicle was always a problem for me. I didn’t park on the street unless the space was big enough to just pull into and straighten myself out (this is why I drive a small car), plus more »

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