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  • August 25, 2020

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    Top 8 Changes on Campus to Keep the RIT Community Safe

    Throughout the global pandemic, RIT has been making extreme changes to campus to ensure the safety of students and faculty for the academic year. Aside from the required masks and testing, there are plenty of procedures and adjustments to help keep us safe. Daily Health Screen RIT has provided a Daily Health Screen that students are required [...]
  • August 18, 2020

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    Construction Updates for the Fall Semester of 2020

    For the upcoming fall semester, construction teams have put in some amazing work to ensure RIT is ready for a successful academic year! Other than roof repairs and small maintenance projects, here are a few major construction changes. Gleason Circle Bus Loop While the IMLC is under construction for the next 3 years (between Wallace and the SAU [...]
  • July 15, 2019

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    Where Do the Bikes Go?

    RIT is a bike-friendly campus, with numerous places to store and keep bikes during the academic year. Sometimes bikes get left on campus during the summer break, and many people have been asking what happens to them. BTB reached out to Public Safety and Parking to find out what happens to all the bikes on campus.
  • April 9, 2019

    Benefits of Choosing RIT Housing

    When it’s time to decide if you want to live on campus or off campus, we understand that it can sometimes be a difficult decision. Our team at Behind the Bricks is here to share all of the benefits of choosing to live in RIT Housing during your time away at school. Being on campus While this one may seem obvious, living on campus makes your [...]
  • March 13, 2019

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    What's Up With the Wifi?

    Many students have been raising concerns regarding issues with the wifi here on campus. Behind the Bricks reached out to ITS to discuss what is going on and how RIT is currently handling it. What many students don’t know is that the problems were primarily due to the fact that RIT has been installing a new and improved network, and from here [...]
  • February 1, 2019

    Experience VR for Free at RIT Hockey Games!

    We all know how fun and exhilarating both men’s and women’s hockey games are here at RIT, but what if your experience could be even more thrilling? Well, now you are able to get up close and personal with the players on both Division 1 hockey teams! RIT Arenas is extremely excited to announce that a brand new Virtual Reality Experience is now [...]
  • January 23, 2019

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    Friday Night Shuttle to Park Ave

    If you are age 21 and older, you are probably familiar with the late night bus on Saturdays to East Avenue and Alexander Street. The Saturday evening bus is in partnership with RTS, to ensure students enjoy their nights out in the safest way possible, while preventing individuals from drinking and driving. This has been a widely successful [...]
  • November 23, 2018

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    Digital Den's Top Five Picks for the Holidays

    Looking for the perfect holiday gift? The Digital Den has got you covered. Whether you are interested in technology or apparel, there’s something for everyone. The Digital Den is located in the Student Alumni Union (SAU) right next to Bytes and Artesano. The Digital Den is open: Monday-Thursday: 9 am to 6 pm Friday: 9 am to 5 pm Saturday: 12 [...]
  • October 22, 2018

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    What Are the Changes to the Loop Around Campus?

    Have you noticed some changes to Andrews Memorial Drive around Rochester Institute of Technology? Whether you have been walking the loop, or driving to class, there are a couple of changes to take note of. With Rochester Institute of Technology's focus on safety and technology, these changes were implemented to ensure both pedestrian and [...]