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http://www.gobeyondthebrochure.com/5-Things-to-Avoid-at-the-Rochester-Institute-of-Technology/ - RIT has a great campus. It’s expansive, boasts different wildlife, and great scenery. Here are five things to avoid to make your college career at RIT even better! Humans vs. Zombies is played twice a year at RIT. We have some of the largest games across the nation because so much of our student population participates. Students who are zombies chase others, and those who aren’t shoot the zombies with Nerf guns. Every morning after,there is literally a graveyard of old Nerf bullets that squish and crunch under your shoes as you walk to class. Inevitably, on your walk, a player will bump into you, run in front of you or just generally make your walk unpleasant. I can’t count how many times I was accidentally hit with a foam bullet. Just don’t leave your house if you don’t plan to play.There’s about 3-4 bus cycles every hour.
WHAM-TV talks to Bryan Cammerino, a first-year criminal justice major at Rochester Institute of Technology, who shared the stage with Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine during a concert at Blue Cross Arena on March 5. Cammerino performed the song "Payphone" in American Sign Language.
Take a campus tour with RIT President Emeritus Bill Destler and RIT Student Ambassadors. These prospective students and parents were pleasantly surprised to have a tour guide who leads the university in his day job. RIT is ranked among “The Most Technologically Advanced Universities” in the world. With 18,000 students, RIT is the 11th largest private university in the United States. To learn more, visit www.rit.edu
Rochester Institute of Technology welcomed a record-breaking number of freshmen -- approximately 2,800 -- to begin the Fall 2013 semester. The university also welcomes about 700 transfer students to campus. New students will join RIT as the university moves away from its quarter--based academic calendar and begins semesters. RIT's first day of classes is Monday, Aug. 26. For more information on this year's RIT New Student Orientation, go to rit.edu/orientation.
WHEC-TV (Channel 10) explores efforts at Rochester Institute of Technology to lower the annual tuition increase it charges students in the wake of President Obama's call for colleges and universities to address the growing costs associated with higher education.
News release: http://www.rit.edu/news/story.php?id=48857