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  • May 15, 2020

    "Try to Make Someone Smile Today: 10 Ways How" and a photo of a girl smiling outside

    Try to Make Someone Smile Today: 10 Ways How

    More than ever, a smile can do a lot of good. Now that the semester is over, we have more time to focus on other things and set new goals. One of my goals is to try to make someone smile each day. It doesn't matter if it's a stranger you pass in the grocery store, a friend, or a family member. Try it out yourself to brighten someone's day; you [...]
  • June 17, 2019

    Man using Ozzi reusable machine

    The World Needs You – 10 Ways to Live Sustainably at RIT

    Life is busy during college; it can be easy to prioritize convenience over sustainability. However, there are plenty of small things that can easily be done while living on a college campus and add up to help reduce your carbon footprint and help save our planet. Here's a guide of ten ways to be more sustainable right here at RIT.
  • February 21, 2019

    basketball court

    What to Do at the SLC if You Don't Want to Go to the Gym

    There are plenty of us out there. The ones who want to be healthy, fit, and active, but are afraid to go into the weight room at RIT’s Student Life Center (SLC). Well, breaking your fear of the gym is easy. The Gordon Field House/Student Life Center is packed with equipment and activity rooms for you to use, and you don’t have to pick up a [...]
  • July 2, 2013

    Gym time!

    Are you thinking about getting fit for summer? Or maybe just develop new health habits? Personally, I started using the gym facilities this summer quarter and I regret not doing it before because of all the services that the gym offers that I didn’t know I was missing. The gym includes an Olympic-size pool with swim lanes and a recreation pool [...]
  • April 23, 2013

    Small Changes Make a Big Difference

    Have you seen an increase in people on campus wearing pedometers? Wonder why? Well RIT’s Better Me program is challenging staff and faculty to increase the amount of steps they take every day as part of the Eat Well Live Well Challenge The goal is to show that small changes can make a big difference in one’s health and wellness. The second [...]