Let's face it. Now matter how much you're loving college, receiving a care package from a family member or friend can be one of the warmest feelings. Sending a care package is one of the best ways to show an RIT student that you're thinking of them, even from many miles away. However, care packages can be tricky to put together; they should [...]
As the weather grows colder, and the days turn shorter, it is extremely important to take care of yourself. During the stress of the semester, it is sometimes hard to put ourselves first. Mental health is extremely important for your overall success, so we’re here to provide a list of simple ways to boost your mood. Have a warm and comforting [...]
It’s officially finals week, which means your free time is slim. If you don’t have much time to sit down at Gracie’s or any of the other dining halls, then you’re best option is to pop something in the microwave. But making a quick meal for yourself doesn’t mean the food has to lack in quality; there are a lot of great different food options [...]
Thanksgiving break is quickly approaching and if you’re planning on staying on campus, you might want to plan ahead. The university is closing on Wednesday, November 22 at 2pm and will re-open on Saturday, November 25, which means not everything will be running as usual. Behind the Bricks has asked the essential questions for having a fun and [...]
Eating in college can be tough. After a while, you may want to mix it up from the dining halls, and dorm cooking is kind of limited. It doesn't have to be dull, though, nor does it have to be expensive! I'll walk you through a really simple and fast recipe for some souped-up (ha) Ramen. The coolest part about this is that all the ingredients [...]
College of Liberal Arts| Throwback Thursday The Wallace Library and the Liberal Arts Hall were among the Henrietta campus’s original buildings, but what was the RIT College of Liberal Arts originally called? Find out in today’s Throwback Thursday.