• August 6, 2020

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    6 Tips to Crest the Optimal at Home Workspace!

    Whether you're taking classes at home or working remotely, there are plenty of ways to provide yourself a productive environment at home! Here are 6 easy tips to help create a healthy workspace! 1. Designate a Workspace Don't work on your bed or couch! When working or studying at home, it's important to find a simple space that is dedicated to [...]
  • July 30, 2020

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    Blending Your Degree and Experiences into a Perfect Mixture

    RIT is a unique school; not only does RIT have a wide range of academic programs, but has strong research and co-op opportunities, as well. Because of this, RIT students are able to explore subjects they otherwise may not have and develop a resume to be extremely proud of. Let’s Talk About Majors, Minors, and Immersions To earn a bachelor’s [...]
  • July 23, 2020

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    Home for Now? Here's What You Can Do

    Because a lot of internships and co-ops are now virtual, many students will be spending their summers back in their hometown. Although you may have been excited to travel to a new city, you’ll learn to love your hometown again in no time! Here’s what you can do to keep yourself entertained and refreshed: Be a tacky tourist Every city has those [...]
  • July 10, 2020

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    Let’s Talk about RIT Sustainability

    Over the years, RIT has rolled out a lot of environmental initiatives across campus to optimize and reduce our impact. However, you must be educated on RIT’s initiatives to utilize them to their fullest potential! Unique Programs RIT has tons of sustainability initiatives and programs, but we picked out some of the ones we found to be really [...]
  • May 28, 2020

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    The History of RIT University Arenas

    RIT is known for it’s high level of academia, advanced technology, unique student body, and our incredible recreation and athletics facilities too. RIT is a school that is always transforming; how did University Arenas even develop into where it is today? 1968 - Frank Ritter Ice Arena Constructed in 1968, the O.G. of University Arenas is the [...]
  • March 5, 2020

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    5 Tips of Sustainable Dorm Life

    As we look around today, it’s obvious that sustainability efforts are increasing and coming to the forefront of our minds. Less plastic cutlery, Wegmans banning plastic bags, even green initiatives on campus like Ozzi containers, it really is everywhere you look. We wanted to bring you some of our top tips for living more sustainably in your [...]
  • March 3, 2020

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    5 Ways to Recover from a Bad Test Grade

    Midterm season got you down? Don’t worry, there is plenty of time left in the semester to bounce back. If you’re worried about a bad test grade bumping down your GPA, then check out the following ways to recover. Find Out If You Can Do Revisions First of all, ask your professor if test revisions are possible. If a professor feels the majority [...]
  • February 27, 2020

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    Study or Socialize: Try New Spots on Campus

    RIT has so many noteworthy spots on campus, some of which are larger and better known to students. However, smaller, less glamorous spots can be refreshing and interesting to check out. Anyone who goes to RIT knows this campus is huge, but sometimes you can get stuck in the same routine. If you’re looking to switch up your social or study [...]
  • February 25, 2020

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    Career Fair Checklist: Things to Bring

    The Spring Career Fair is tomorrow! In the past, we've helped you with the do's and don'ts of the career fair, but what should you even bring? There are essentials and helpful extra items, and we've listed them all so you're not sorry tomorrow. Essentials Pen’s & Writing Utensils - To take notes with! Blank Paper - To take notes on! Business [...]