Top stories and videos for January

A. Sue Weisler

The RIT women’s basketball team regularly volunteers at School 35 in the Rochester City School District to teach a group of 20 sixth-grade girls about proper nutrition and exercise. A video about the RIT sports teams’ activities during winter intersession was one of the top videos of January.

News about RIT being ranked a best value university was the most-read story of last month. Check out all of January’s most popular stories and videos below:

Top News Stories

1. RIT ranked a ‘best value’ private university by Kiplinger

2. RIT’s online programs score well in national rankings

3. RIT nighttime community photo project heading to Churchill Downs

4. Multimillion-dollar NSF grant helps RIT establish cybersecurity scholarship program

5. ASL version of 'Let It Go' released on Sunday

Top Videos

1. e-NABLE - volunteers offer prosthetic hands made cheaply by 3D printers

2. RIT Winter Intersession Athletics

3. RIT - 2014 in Review - Highlights

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