Campus Spotlight Archive

  • November 24, 2020

    Students lined up for voluntary, free COVID-19 testing before they left for Thanksgiving break.

  • November 20, 2020

    Students enjoy the fire pit and eating outdoors during a warm evening in Global Village.

  • November 16, 2020

    An art installation depicting Anna Murray Douglass, the first wife of abolitionist Frederick Douglass, was unveiled Nov. 13 at the site where the couple lived in Rochester from 1848 to 1851. Hinda Mandell, associate professor in RIT’s School of Communication, introduced the piece, funded by RIT, to attendees.

  • November 10, 2020

    About 150 RIT student volunteers built sheds and walls for new homes for Flower City Habitat for Humanity at the Framing Frenzy event Nov. 6.

  • November 6, 2020

    Anthony Scrittorale, left, and Amanda Richardson share a table near Rosica Hall surrounded by fall colors. Both are first-year mechanical engineering technology students from different towns in New Jersey.

  • November 4, 2020

    Adam Weitz, a first-year mechanical engineering student from Niskayuna, N.Y.,  turned 18 just in time to vote on Election Day. RIT students cast their votes in the Nov. 3 presidential election at a polling site in the Gene Polisseni Center. The students had registered to vote using their on-campus address. 

  • October 28, 2020

    Students draw live birds brought by the organization Wild Wings. Professor Alan Singer’s zoological and botanical illustration class allows students to accurately depict animals and plants for use in various media.

  • October 14, 2020

    Senior Lecturer Thomas Warfield, center, takes advantage of a warm fall day and hosts his Dance II: Modern Dance and Ballet class outdoors by Lyndon Baines Johnson Hall.

     

  • October 10, 2020

    Pumpkins and performances highlighted Brick City Homecoming activities Oct. 9-11 geared toward students.

  • October 6, 2020

    Thousands of pawprint cookies were handed out on Tuesday to congratulate students, faculty, and staff on keeping the COVID-19 rates down and reaching the halfway point in the semester.

  • October 3, 2020

    A Black Lives Matter rally, complete with speakers, music, poetry, and dancing groups, was held Oct. 3 on the Greek Lawn near the Gordon Field House.

     

  • August 24, 2020

    Students head to class on the first day of the fall semester, Aug. 19, 2020.