Mother’s Day is right around the corner! With school wrapping up and summer beginning, it can be easy to forget about those that helped us the most along our college journey, our moms. For someone that does so much for us, showing our gratitude can be hard, especially when we can't go out to browse for a present! However, you can celebrate [...]
For many graduates, including myself, the 2020 school year is not ending according to plan. However, this Friday RIT will celebrate the Class of 2020 with a virtual conferral of degrees. RIT is a prestigious university; earning a degree from RIT is a huge achievement, let’s celebrate it! How did RIT get to be where it is today? In 1891 [...]
Before we all leave for the highly anticipated Thanksgiving break, you might have some of your friends trying to organize a Friendsgiving. On one hand, it’s a great excuse to get together with all your closest friends and eat a lot. On the other hand - you might be freaking out thinking, “uhm who is supposed to cook all that food?!” So below [...]
Pride Month may be over, but Rochester keeps the celebrations going throughout the whole month of July. Check out this list of events happening, leading all the way up to the Pride Parade at the end of the month. From cookouts to silent discos, Rochester has something for everyone.
Looking for some ways to celebrate the Fourth of July in Rochester, NY? Look no further than this list of the top festivals, parades, and celebrations. Whether you want to watch some fireworks, go to a parade, relax at a picnic, attend a cook-out, or listen to some live music, Rochester has something for everyone.
Today, Monday, April 2, 2018 marks World Autism Awareness Day. Autism currently affects 1 in 68 children, and 1 in 42 boys. Being one of the fastest growing developmental disabilities in the United States, it is important to be informed, and know what resources Rochester Institute of Technology offers for those on the spectrum, check them out [...]