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  • January 21, 2020

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    8 Essential Study Tips for a Successful Semester

    New semester, new you! Time management is critical when it comes to your success in school. When classes and exams pick up, extracurricular's typically do to. Don't let the semester slow you down. Plan your time efficiently, and you will excel. Check out some of Behind the Brick's study tips to have a successful semester! 1. Space out your [...]
  • December 5, 2019

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    How to Get Ahead of the Job Search During Winter Break

    Winter break is a great time to get ahead on the summer internship or full-time job search. With the new year, many companies are getting their new budgets and new jobs might be popping up left and right. So when the holiday cheer wears off and you find yourself looking for things to do, here are our best tips to advance your job search: 1. [...]
  • December 2, 2019

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    Guide to Packing for Winter Break

    There’s only one more week of classes left and before you know it you’ll be done with finals and heading home for a much needed break. Before you can hit the road, you’ve got to pack up. But how do you know what you’ll need? Behind the Bricks has got you covered. Here’s some tips that’ll make packing a breeze. You Don’t Need Everything As long [...]
  • November 13, 2019

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    A College Student's Guide to Time Management

    It’s getting to be that time of the semester. It feels like you never have a break from project deadlines, upcoming exams, and group meetings. Not to mention club meetings, grocery shopping, unpredictable work schedules, and any other unique responsibilities you may have. So how are you supposed to get it all done? We’ve put together a list of [...]
  • November 7, 2019

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    The Official On-Campus Senior Bucket List

    How does college fly by so quickly? It’s not too late to do the ‘classic’ RIT activities that you may have missed over your time here. Here is a list of 10 essential on and off campus activities to do before you leave RIT! 1. Sip on a Salsarita’s margarita. If you’re of legal age to drink alcohol, try an infamous Salsarita’s margarita! It’s [...]
  • November 5, 2019

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    The Official Off-Campus Senior Bucket List

    Many of us might take jobs in other cities after graduation. Believe it or not, Rochester actually has some pretty cool stuff to check out. Before you say goodbye, check these 10 classic Rochester activities off your list. 1. Take a late night trip to Jay’s Diner. Jay’s is a staple among RIT students. If you haven’t been there yet, make sure [...]
  • October 24, 2019

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    Coziest Places to Study at RIT

    No matter what major you are at RIT, you’ve got some homework and projects to work on and some studying to do. I am here to help you find a place to do all of this while staying comfortable. I am always adventuring around campus to find the next best studying space at RIT... that has plugs of course! Here are some of my favorite spots I’ve [...]
  • October 16, 2019

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    Everything You Need to Know About Brick City Weekend

    Every Tiger’s favorite weekend is coming up! The Brick City Homecoming & Family Weekend is October 18th-20th. There are so many events and activities this weekend, it can be overwhelming for first year students or parents that are unfamiliar with campus. If you’re a returning student and know the campus inside and out, there are always new [...]
  • October 10, 2019

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    Everything New With Transportation at RIT

    This year, the RIT Parking and Transportation Office has been making some major changes to improve the overall experience for students. It doesn’t have to be difficult to live at college without a car. RIT has added new transportation routes and options to make traveling easier for everyone. Here are 5 reasons you should take the shuttles at [...]