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Undergraduate Outstanding Scholar Award 2017

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The annual Undergraduate Outstanding Scholar Award ceremony recognizes the top 1% of undergraduate students who maintain high academic status, contribute to their community and have completed a co-op or work study in their field. This year, the School of Media Sciences was proud to recognize two students who received this award. Below is a description of their achievements from the …

Campus Involvement

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As an RIT student run publication, Reporter magazine acts as the voice of the students on campus. They release a print publication located in various locations around campus on the first Friday of every month, as well as daily online articles featured on the Reporter website. Articles range from topics of sports and leisure to tech and current news, and …

Thought at Work 2016

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This past October, RIT design students of the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences (CIAS) hosted the annual Thought at Work Design Conference. Along with RIT students, hundred of people from around the area gathered to network, be inspired and gain experience with guest speakers, RIT professors and other students. I had the pleasure of sitting down with Hannah Kim, …

Creating a Social Impact with Technology and a Creative Mind

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RIT is full of professors who are the perfect blend of the creative and technical mind.  W. Michelle Harris is one of those individuals, using her left and right brain to create engaging and powerful social art installations. Harris is an Associate Professor in the School of Interactive Games and Media here at RIT. While she focuses on technical applications …

Bring Your Best to Creative Industry Day

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Creative Industry Day is an event for creatives by creatives. Thursday, April 14 2016 Gordon Field House 11am-6pm Benefits of Creative Industry Day: Portfolio Reviews Professional Networking Career Speakers Potential co-op & full-time job opportunities Quick tips: You don’t need to pre-register Make sure to bring your RIT ID Bring your portfolio Check Job Zone for job descriptions companies have …

The Lieberman Lecture

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The RIT Cary Graphic Arts Collection hosted the American Printing History Association’s (APHA) annual Lieberman Lecture on Nov. 17. Herbert H. Johnson, RIT alumnus and former Melbert B. Cary, Jr. Professor, led the lecture with a presentation on famous type designer, Bruce Rogers. Herbert H. Johnson’s presentation entitled the “Anatomy of a Type Design: Centaur by Bruce Rogers” started with …

Glass Pumpkin Sale

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One of my favorite activities in fall is pumpkin picking, so I was excited when I heard about The School for American Crafts Glass Department’s 10th annual Glass Pumpkin Sale. What’s better than a pumpkin that will last forever? The event took place on Saturday September 27th and was scheduled from 11am-4pm. I pulled into the Red Barn around 11:45am because I …

A Successful No. 30 Big Shot!

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On September 6 at 9:15 pm, thousands of RIT students, faculty, alumni, and families of the Rochester area gathered on campus to take part in the thirtieth RIT Big Shot. These volunteers created a photograph using handheld flashlights to light up the Golisano Institute for Sustainability Building and the Louise M. Slaughter Building and Quad. Having lived in Rochester for …