Issue #13 – April 21, 2009
Thank You for An Amazing Year!
It’s been an amazing year in the Apartment Area thus far, and I just wanted to take the time to say thank you to the residents and to our talented and dedicated Community Advocate and Peer Advocate staff.[continue…]
Imagine RIT Exhibit Proposals Pour In
The second annual Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival is less than one month away, and this year’s festival looks to be even larger than the inaugural effort.[continue…]
Battle of the Bands with Phi Kappa Tau
Founded in 1988 by our late brother Paul Newman, the Hole in the Wall Gang Camps (HITW) provides year-round activities for terminally ill children and their siblings at camps and in their own communities. HITW comprises the world’s largest family of camps for children with serious illnesses.[continue…]
Recycle Your Junk!
Are you looking to get rid of your junk? How about furniture that you no longer need? Instead of throwing it all in the dumpster, consider donating it to some charitable places around Rochester who actually want to take your stuff.[continue…]
CA Spotlight: Nice and Easy with Joelle!
Since her second year at RIT, Joelle Kirsch has been an active participant in Residence Life. From her role as a Resident Assistant (RA), to a Peer Advocate (PA) at the RIT Inn, and now a Community Advocate (CA) for University Commons, Joelle has established herself as a leader amongst her peers and generously has used her time to create some successful programs for RIT residents.[continue…]
CA Spotlight: Positivity with Claire
Coming from SUNY Geneseo, Claire had a great college experience. She is about to finish her first year in the School Psychology program which is also blessing her with an enjoyable experience here at RIT. As a Community Advocate (CA) with the Center for Residence Life, Claire wants to extend the enjoyable experience to all residents.[continue…]
Resident Spotlight: Reflect and Recharge with Tim
How do you define a leader? If you cannot put it into words, I have the perfect example. Tim Wallenhorst epitomizes the definition and example of the leadership role. As Vice-President of the Off-Campus and Apartment Student Association, also known as OCASA, Tim diligently works to see the organization maximize to its fullest potential.[continue…]
Summer at RIT?
Apply for summer housing online at http://myhousing.rit.edu by May 1st. Your current housing contract ends on Saturday, May 23, 2009.[continue…]
Greek Circle Iron Chef Challenge!
On January 30th, the Center for Residence, the Greek Circle House Managers, and the Center for Campus Life hosted "Iron Chef Greek Circle - Battle Chocolate!"[continue…]
Getting Greener at RIT
There are so many things we as college students can do to contribute to positive environmental change in our community. Composting is arguably the easiest option. Instead of throwing your food scraps into the dumpster, toss them into a compost bin. That's pretty much all it takes. And that's why I decided to start a compost project for Colony Manor.[continue…]
Never have letters and numbers come together in a more exciting fashion! It’s BINGO! Join us May 14th at 10pm in Crossroads for some good ol’, easy to play BINGO! We’ll be doing all the old classics including 4-corners, H, and the dreaded cover-all.[continue…]
And the winners of the â€œGreek & Greenâ€ Energy Savings Competition areâ€¦[continue…]