Top stories and videos for November

A. Sue Weisler

Lucas LeMay was born without fingers on his right hand. RIT students made him a 3D-printed mechanical hand. That story is one of the most read for November.

News about the 2025 Strategic Plan was the most-read story of last month. Check out all of November’s most popular stories and videos below:

Top News Stories

1. RIT Adopts 2025 Strategic Plan: ‘Greatness Through Difference’

2. Kids can fidget—and that’s OK—according to RIT design expert/inventor Sandra Turner

3. Five companies graduate from RIT’s Venture Creations business incubator

4. A new hand for Lucas

5. RIT’s CIO selected as innovation leadership fellow

Top Videos

1. RIT Campus Tour: President Serves as Your Guide

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

3. RIT building new Clinical Health Sciences Center

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