Ronnie Soriano has dark hair, and is wearing a black T-shirt. He is standing in front of gray background.
Joshua Umoren stands in front of a gray background. He has short, dark hair, a short-cropped beard and glasses. He is wearing a black/grey T-shirt.
Pricilla Godfrey stands in front of a gray background. She has short red/orange hair. She is wearing a black RIT polo shirt.
Welcome back to
Brick City News, BCN! My name is Ronald Soriano.
Here with me is our second co-host.
Hi, my name is
We are also eager to introduce the newest addition to our team! Welcome!
My name is
and I am a first-year student here at RIT!
I am so excited to be here!
We have so many events to tell you about, especially with
Brick City Weekend coming very soon,
so pay attention.
Today and tomorrow, October 8 and 9,
RIT’s Women’s hockey team is facing UCONN
in a doubleheader at home.
Both matches are in the Gene Polisseni Center Ice Arena
and free for students, faculty/staff, and alumni. Today is the first game, which starts at 6:00 p.m., and tomorrow is the second game,
which starts at 2:00 p.m. Even though the games are free, you must register online to attend.
We also have a long weekend coming up. October 11 and 12,
this Monday and Tuesday,
there will be no classes because of Fall Break. You can use this time to catch up and recharge, while staying healthy and safe.
“What’s Your Diversity?” sessions continue October 13 at 9:00 a.m. and October 21
at 12:00 noon.
This bi-monthly storytelling experience invites students, faculty, staff, and alumni to share their definition of diversity and how it has impacted their lives.
All RIT campuses are welcome. Register online.
The Rainbow Prom
is Thursday, October 14, starting at 7:00 p.m.
It’s free and will be held in the Davis Room
in the Student Alumni Union.
Come dressed in 90’s clothing,
see the RIT Drag Club perform,
and dance and laugh with everyone.
More information and registration online.
And now we have a special guest to share information about the exciting events happening during
Brick City Weekend! Welcome, Marissa!
Thank you, Priscilla!
My name is
and I am assistant director of RIT/NTID Alumni Relations.
The NTID Department of External Affairs is hosting many events during Brick City Weekend.
Thursday, October 14, the NTID Dyer Arts Center 20th Anniversary Celebration kicks off
the weekend at 4:30 p.m.
Registration is required for this event.
A majority of the events will be held on
Friday, October 15. These events include a performance by Sunshine 2.0;
a CODA Panel Discussion;
and opportunities to meet the Foundation and Alumni Board Representatives;
the NTID Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Team;
and the RIT/NTID Athletes.
Registration is required for the CODA Panel Discussion.
The events for
Saturday October 16, are an NTID Parent Welcome Breakfast
and a Hockey Tailgate and Watch Party. Registration is required for the Hockey Tailgate and Watch Party,
and the Welcome breakfast is a private event reserved for parents only.
All other events are open to students, faculty, and staff.
All of these events will be at the tent underneath the
For complete information,
including times and where to register for events,
refer to the flyer shown here.
we hope to see you there.
Thank you, Marissa!
The RIT/NTID Student Life Team (SLT)
and the NTID Student Congress (NSC)
also are hosting events during Brick City Weekend.
Check the Facebook pages of both organizations for more events and information.
A lot of great events these next two weeks. Be sure to check them out.
We especially hope to see you all during
Brick City Weekend! Thank you, again,
for joining our team, Priscilla!
I really enjoyed it.
We will see you in two weeks. Go, Tigers!
Links mentioned in this episode:
RIT Women’s hockey:
What’s Your Diversity
Facebook for NTID Student Life Team and NTID Student Congress
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