How change creates opportunity

David Brown, who has partnered with Dennis DeLeo to launch a new venture fund in Rochester, says “it’s one of the best times in history to be starting a company.”

The importance of nonviolence now

Kit Miller, director of the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence, says her group’s new campaign presents nonviolence as a solution for young people—a matter of increased urgency after last weekend’s rioting in Rochester.

His job is funding RIT’s future

When Phil Castleberry takes over as vice president for development and alumni relations, a key task will be completing the $1 billion campaign launched in 2018.

A gathering of feminist pragmatists

A philosophy colloquium sponsored by St. John Fisher and RIT puts the spotlight on Rochester’s heritage in the feminist movement and a commitment to learning from and supporting those who are most vulnerable to exploitation.