Top stories and videos for May

A. Sue Weisler

News about President Destler’s plans to retire in 2017 was the most-read story of last month.

News about President Destler’s plans to retire in 2017 was the most-read story of last month. Check out all of May’s most popular stories and videos below:

Top News Stories

1. RIT’s President Destler announces 2017 retirement

2. National search will begin for RIT’s 10th president

3. RIT graduates: Use convergence to your advantage

4. Innovation and creativity on display at 2016 Imagine RIT Festival

5. Milestones under the leadership of President Destler

Top Videos

1. President Destler announces 2017 retirement

2. RIT on TV: NTID students inspired to dance

3. Imagine RIT 2016

Topics
deaf community
student experience
innovation

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