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Hi everyone! I’m Janessa, a 4th year Psychology major and self-proclaimed notetaking queen. During my years here, with a lot of trial and error, I’ve learned a ton of helpful tips and tricks for taking the best notes you can for your different classes. I’ve... READ MORE
How to Make the Most of an Unenjoyable Co-op Hi everyone! As a student at RIT, it is likely that you will have to find a co-op in your field to get you experience and fulfill your graduation requirements. While the co-op program at RIT... READ MORE
  To those of you out there from a small town or a small private or public school, you may have the same concerns I had about coming to RIT. RIT’s student body is almost 19,000 students; I was heading here from a graduating class... READ MORE
Hi guys! As most of you will know, one thing that makes RIT great are the exploration programs available within the different colleges. There is an option for almost every college, within RIT to choose an exploration or undeclared major for students that are... READ MORE
Are you cut out to be the next Mr. RIT? One of my favorite events I’ve participated in during my time at RIT was being a part of Mr. RIT. The fundraiser will take place on December 7th this year, and is run by Delta... READ MORE
Off Campus Life While you’re at RIT, there are a ton of on-campus apartments for you to live in. However, many students choose to live off campus while they are here. While living on campus can be really rewarding and enjoyable, there is also a... READ MORE
Hi again! Many of you may experience co-op while at RIT, and many of you will travel to new places for your jobs. This means that you will likely not have any friends in the area you are working, and you may have to... READ MORE
1. Sunflower Festival at Wickham Farms The Sunflower Festival is where you can probably get some of the best photos ever taken of you. It’s a blast to go with friends and wander through the sunflower fields. They have normal yellow and mutated varieties of... READ MORE
Summers at RIT can be a nice change of pace. For me, going home was more annoying than staying at school since I live a 7-hour drive away. I decided to stay at school for a summer, and there’s a TON of stuff to... READ MORE
Hi again everyone! It's week 8 now, and we're more than halfway through the semester. As it gets more difficult and as the work starts to really pile on, it can start to feel extremely overwhelming. I have definitely been in spots myself where you... READ MORE
Hi everyone! As most students at RIT do, you may be wondering how to go about starting your co-op search, and what to do before you go on co-op. Here are some things that can help you when you are getting started! Start Early: The best... READ MORE
Written by Christina Potter and Aidan Sullivan.   Your student ID is your ticket to saving money on everyday costs, big ticket items, and so much more! I’d like to provide you with my top picks for the most useful perks of having a student ID. Memberships BJ’s... READ MORE
My Best Studying Tactics Hi guys! Every single person will have to figure out your best strategies for studying while at RIT, and there are many different tactics that people use to study. Here are a few of the things I do to study for... READ MORE
Hello again everyone! As a freshman at RIT, you will have the opportunity to do research as soon as you arrive if that's something that is offered in your major. I did research starting my first year and I wanted to share the benefits... READ MORE
Hi again everybody! As a Chemical Engineering major, I can tell you that the engineering programs at RIT are not easy. But if you work hard and can get through the program, it can be very rewarding. Here are a few different things you... READ MORE
Hi again! I wanted to share some of my experiences from my study abroad trip and hopefully interest others to embark on their own study abroad trip too! The idea for my trip started in November when I received a general email from RIT that... READ MORE
Dates, Dinners, and my favorite coffee in Rochester If you’re new to Rochester, there are plenty of spots to go check out in the surrounding areas! Here is a list of my favorite places to hang out, get away from campus for a bit, or... READ MORE
The costs of college can be very overwhelming. After tuition, food, travel, and housing, the idea of spending hundreds on textbooks can be daunting. As a fourth year Physician Assistant student, I can give you some insight to the best plan (and most affordable... READ MORE
This morning I walked out of my residence hall room on my way to class just like every other morning this year. The only thing that was different today was that there are no less than a hundred tents and tables set up in... READ MORE
Hello everyone! When I was choosing housing at RIT, I had no idea how to compare and contrast the different residence hall building. Here are some tables that will hopefully be a helpful resource to you. Please note: Do not choose a building strictly because it... READ MORE
Hello everyone! When I was choosing housing at RIT, I had no idea how to compare and contrast the different residence hall building. Here are some tables that will hopefully be a helpful resource to you. Please note: Do not choose a building strictly because it... READ MORE
Hello everyone! When I was choosing housing at RIT, I had no idea how to compare and contrast the different residence hall building. Here are some tables that will hopefully be a helpful resource to you. Please note: Do not choose a building strictly because it... READ MORE
Hello everyone! When I was choosing housing at RIT, I had no idea how to compare and contrast the different residence hall building. Here are some tables that will hopefully be a helpful resource to you. Please note: Do not choose a building strictly because it... READ MORE
Hello everyone! When I was choosing housing at RIT, I had no idea how to compare and contrast the different residence hall building. Here are some tables that will hopefully be a helpful resource to you. Please note: Do not choose a building strictly because it... READ MORE