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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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Computer mysteries revealed with Raspberry Pi

I love a good mystery, from Nordic noir to a traditional who-done-it. The intrigue, the puzzle, the process—the more complex the better—I’m hooked. But the mysteries of computers and engineering—I’m just happy devices go on when I hit the start button. But this past week, some of the mystery was revealed. Rob Bishop, engineer and more »

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Introducing ‘The University Magazine’ app

When I first became a journalist in 1990, we wrote a story, took a picture and published it. Then in the late 1990s, the Internet became a factor so we wrote a story, took a photo, published it in print and then published it on the Web. By the mid-2000s, we were publishing stories and more »

Categories: Alumni, University Magazine 4 Comments

Announcing the new issue of ‘Research at RIT’

As the editor for RIT’s research magazine, I am pleased to announce the Fall/Winter 2012 issue of Research at RIT, which focuses on our nationally recognized efforts to transform ideas into innovation and business creation. The magazine highlights RIT’s comprehensive coursework and training programs in entrepreneurship, offered through the E. Philip Saunders College of Business more »

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Athenaeum reports on the ‘p’ word—yeah, that’s right, parking

Admittedly, we don’t often receive feedback when the Athenaeum newsletter hits stands across campus. While it would be nice to walk across campus to the sound of applause coming from our satisfied readers, it simply doesn’t happen. So, I have resigned myself to the notion that no news is good news. (Ironically, the value of more »

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Unity House is students’ home-away-from-home

RIT is home to 18,000 students—literally home to many of them who reside on campus in residence halls, apartments, fraternities, sororities and special-interest houses. They make RIT their home-away-from-home, albeit temporarily, but home it becomes. I was thinking about that the other day after meeting one of those students, Wilson Darko, the new president of Unity more »

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