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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Through the hustle and bustle of the year, it is important to remember to stay safe. If you haven’t heard of the TigerSafe app yet, you should know about it. TigerSafe is Public Safety’s official campus safety app. It has a variety of actually useful features you can use in times of uncertainty or emergencies on campus. Download now and make [...]
As the days get crisper and pumpkin spice becomes your beverage of choice, it’s clear that fall must be just around the corner. In celebration, our team has come up with five ideas for fall activities around the Rochester area. Go Apple Picking In Upstate New York, nothing says fall quite like apples, and what’s better than some freshly picked [...]
Let’s be real. Parking at RIT can be frustrating from time to time. Luckily, the Parking and Transportation Office is here to help you. They are your go-to source for any questions or concerns about the rules, regulations, and opportunities available for campus parking and transportation. Each year, the Parking and Transportation Office is [...]
Resumé printing, suit buying, elevator pitch practicing...it must be career fair season. So with the fall career fair just around the corner, we thought we would bring you some of our best tips on what to consider when you’re deciding where to apply for potential jobs or co-ops. 1. Location This may sound like an obvious one, and maybe as a [...]
There are so many lists out there telling you what to do before leaving - such as spending time with friends, connecting with your roommate, and buying your textbooks, but we wanted to give you insight to some of the other things you should do that might not be on your radar.