Top stories and videos for October

Michael Owens

Students play human foosball during the inaugural One SpiRIT: Global Hockey Festival on Oct. 11 outside the Gene Polisseni Center. The festival attracted more than 1,600 Tiger fans. The event linked RIT’s main campus with its international campuses in Croatia, Dubai and Kosovo via Cisco Telepresence videoconferencing technology, allowing RIT students around the world to interact with each other. Additionally, festival-goers were treated to an assortment of carnival games, live music, food, T-shirts and more.

News about the Presidential Awards for Outstanding Staff was the most-read story of last month. Check out all of October’s most popular stories and videos below:

Top News Stories

1. RIT Presidential Awards for Outstanding Staff honor employee service

2. RIT to host inaugural One SpiRIT: Global Hockey Festival

3. Brick City Homecoming 2014: Speakers, sports highlight weekend events

4. Ten RIT faculty to watch

5. RIT ready for largest career fair on record

Top Videos

1. e-NABLE: Volunteers offer 3D-printed prosthetic hands

2. Humans vs. Zombies at RIT

3. Brick City Homecoming & Family Weekend

4. Gene Polisseni Center Dedication

5. RIT on TV: Ebola awareness

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