The first fraternity in the United States to adopt Greek letters, Phi Beta Kappa, was started in 1776. A couple hundred years later, there are more than 150 different fraternities and sororities throughout the U.S. Some are socially-oriented, while others are service and career-oriented.
In a busy day full of classes, the last thing on my mind is figuring out what to cook for dinner. Sometimes, the furthest thing from my mind is eating healthy when fending for myself. I try to shop for $20 or less by sticking to buying frozen veggies and generic brand products.
The Rochester Institute of Technology has a very large art population. The school features majors such as Photography, Graphic Design, Illustration, Glass work, Metal Crafting, Ceramics, Film and Animation, and even Furniture design, amongst many others. So how are student artists preparing to enter the “real-world?”
Special Event: Valentine’s Day is here! If you need an emergency date idea, check out our V-Day choice events listing right here. And watch out for flying arrows!
Spesh: Rochester Winos will hold a Wine and Food Pairing tonight, 6:30-9 p.m., at Joey's Pasta House (1789 Penfield Rd., Penfield). Tickets are $30, and registration is required. For more information, visit rochesterwinos.com.
Film: Did the world really need another “Die Hard” movie? Either way, it now has one, as the Bruce Willis franchise’s fifth installment, “A Good Day to Die Hard,” arrives in theaters just in time for, uh, Valentine’s Day. This week’s new releases also include the supernatural love story “Beautiful Creatures” and the latest Nicholas Sparks love-fest “Safe Haven.” Find all show times and theaters here.
Dance: Shen Yeng performing arts group brings more than 5,000 years of Chinese music and dance traditions to life with shows at the Auditorium Theatre (885 Main St. East) at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets range from $85 to $212 and can be purchased through rochesterboxoffice.com.
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