Issue #3 – November 10, 2006
Focus on Thinking Positive and Reducing Stress
Take a few moments to release stress everyday. There are simple things every student can do to reduce anxiety and tension. Keep the following tips in mind and you will feel better and prevent tension from building up in your body.[continue…]
Words of wisdom
Meet Myra Greene, assistant professor at the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. As a working artist, she has been making photographs since high school and knew then that making imagery was her calling. Remembering her time in college as an undergraduate, she recalls, "being in college you are exposed to a greater and wider world. Sometimes these new ideas and perspectives really open your perspective to life. Sometimes, they do not parallel your lifestyle. Either way, it is important to expose yourself to as many things as possible and to be inceptive to new ideas". She obviously loves what she does and acknowledges that, "there is a combination of things that are necessary to succeed in what you love. Passion, tenacity and patience are all cornerstones to the success". And then she adds, "but also a little luck and connections never hurt either!â€
RIT School Ring Unveiled
Student Government is at it again creating new traditions and ways to celebrate the student experience at RIT: The class of 2007 will be the first to sport RITâ€™s unique and contemporary school ring.[continue…]
Overwhelmed By Debt?
Ask yourself the following questions:
- Are your expenses greater than your income?
- Are you transferring balances from one credit card to another too often and not paying down the balances?
- Are you taking out personal loans to make bill payments?
- Are you trying to use quick loan or quick cash services to get money?
- Are you paying a lot of late fees or late payments?
First quarter has flown by â€“ hopefully with a few lessons learned, a few stronger friendships and only a few bumps and bruises along the way. Residence Life is here to help navigate your experience and look out for the welfare of the community. Before you run from campus, take time to keep you and your neighbors safe:[continue…]
This weekâ€™s Procrastination Program is about everyoneâ€™s favorite topic, Apartment Safety. Click HERE to view the program and enter into a drawing for one of 4 gift baskets. Hey â€“ you need a break from your studies, weâ€™re here to help!
Friday, December 8th- Chocolate on Ice returns!! Ritter Ice Rink. Bring in a canned good, skate free and get juiced-up on a delicious assortment of chocolate confections.