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Site with ties to Anthony heads to sale


A nearly 100-year-old building on University Avenue is in the process of being sold, with bidders proposing uses that range from gallery space to residential units. Visual Studies Workshop Inc. is selling its building at 421 University Ave. and consolidating ...

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Team wins ‘Next Big Idea’ competition at RIT/NTID

Hz Innovations, a wireless sound recognition system for deaf and hard-of-hearing homeowners, won the top prize in the “Next Big Idea” competition at Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf.

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Slaughter announces $495,000 manufacturing grant for RIT

Rochester Institute of Technology has received a $495,000 grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology to develop technologies to accelerate the growth of the advanced manufacturing industry in the United States, officials announced Wednesday.

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MCC to offer degree with focus on telecommunications

Monroe Community College will offer a new Information and Network Technology A.A.S. degree program through its Information and Computer Technologies Department to help address the demand for skilled workers in telecommunications.

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Our Lady of Mercy exceeds campaign goal

Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women announced Tuesday it has exceeded the school's $15 million goal for its Make the Difference—Invest in Mercy Capital Campaign.

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SUNY Geneseo teams win in business plan competition

Student teams from SUNY College at Geneseo’s Venture Works entrepreneurship program won five awards in this year’s New York State Business Plan Competition in Albany, college leaders said.

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Majority against opting out of state tests

Fifty-seven percent of respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll think parents who chose to opt their children out of the Common Core standardized tests made the wrong decision.

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$1 million gift to transform UR Library


Evans and Susanna Lam have committed $1 million to the River Campus Libraries to establish the Evans and Susanna Lam Library Revitalization Fund. The fund will support the modernization of the patron services area in Rush Rhees Library, which will be named Evans Lam Square.

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