Top RIT News Stories, Videos and Podcasts for April 2010

Dylan Heuer

A game story, written by John Follaco of RIT University News reporting from Ford Field in Detroit and filed within minutes of RIT’s 8-1 loss to Wisconsin in the Frozen Four Semifinal game on April 8, was the most-viewed RIT news story in April. Above, RIT’s Tyler Mazzei skates in the second period of the contest—a moment captured by RIT University News/Sports Information photographer Dylan Heuer, a third-year visual media major in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences.

Top News Stories

1. Tigers’ dream season ends in Frozen Four loss

2. Can’t make it to Detroit? Attend a Frozen Four viewing party

3. Hitting the ice—and the books—to the Frozen Four

4. Distinguished Alumni for 2010 honored

5. Frozen Four Notebook: RIT vs. Wisconsin

6. Frozen Four Frenzy grips RIT community

7. RIT named one of nation’s most environmentally responsible universities

8. Frozen Four a homecoming for two Tigers

9. Tiger pride is in full roar

10. RIT welcomes home men’s hockey team this afternoon

Top Videos

1. Frozen Four Memories

2. RIT on TV News: Frozen Four Ticket Sales

3. RIT Tigers Pep Rally

4. RIT Alumni Frozen Four Reception

5. Cruisin’ the Tigers BBQ

Top Podcasts

1. WITR Men’s Hockey Postgame Rewind (April 7)

2. WITR Men’s Hockey Postgame Rewind (April 14)

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