Archive for June 2012

Deaf Student Bikes Solo Across America

Ronnie Cuartero and several deaf friends planned to bike from New York to California together.  But as the end of the quarter drew near, the Rochester Institute of Technology students began to back out one by one. Not Ronnie. He was determined to ride across America, but he would have to do it solo.  For... Read more »

Tate Tullier: A Passion for Photography

Tate Tullier remembers his first photo shoot very well. As a teen he was fascinated with girls and fashion. One Christmas morning, he dolled up his young cousin with his mom’s earrings and an umbrella and proceeded with a fashion shoot.  He grabbed another young family friend in her Christmas pajamas and snapped away.  “You... Read more »

Do You Dread Mondays?

Karen Putz and Dan Miller   If you wake up on Monday mornings, muttering to yourself, “I hate Mondays,” you’re not alone.  Judging from the tweets on Monday mornings, a lot folks are dragging themselves to work. “Experts estimate that as many as 70% of American workers are unhappy with their jobs,” says Dan Miller,... Read more »