Isaac L. Jordan, Sr. touched many lives.
He was a high school teacher, worked with Action for a Better Community, was a pastor to churches in Pittsford, Syracuse and rural Yates County. For more than 20 years, Jordan worked in the corporate world at Eastman Kodak Company.
He was the first chairperson of RIT’s Commission for Promoting Pluralism and as a leader, set an example for others to emulate. Jordan helped promote a sense of community among all people on campus. He represented the best of the human spirit as he worked toward economic and social equality for all.
Some area veterans are starting the New Year off a bit more fiscally fit.
They just completed a five week course called "Better Money Habits” organized by Rochester Institute of Technology's Veterans Upward Bound program and funded thanks to a grant from Bank of America.
For more than a month, 38 military veterans and their spouses, RIT faculty, staff and students gathered once a week from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. to learn how to best manage their finances.
Many look at the start of a new year as a new beginning and that includes making New Year’s resolutions.
Some of the most popular ideas are to exercise more, diet or eat healthier.
If you are one of the 19,000 RIT students, faculty/staff or visitors who dine on the RIT campus each year and have decided to make better food choices this year, no worries.
RIT has had your back for a while now.
A three-time national poetry slam champion and a master storyteller/actress will take the stage at RIT’s 38th Annual Expressions of King’s Legacy January 30th.
Poet Javon Johnson and actress and playwright Mzuri Moyo Aimbaye will join keynote speaker MSNBC’s Joy-Ann Reid as RIT honors the life and work of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.