RIT tiger towels
Scope and Contents
RIT tiger towels are used to rally fans during sports events. Towels are white and orange.
- circa 2005
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This collection is open to researchers.
Historical Information: RIT sports
The earliest reported sporting event in RIT’s history was a football game with Canandaigua High School in 1902 (RIT lost 10-0). Today, RIT has 24 men's and women's varsity sports, and sports-wise, is best known for its Division I men's hockey team. In recent years, RIT has invested in sports facilities. This effort began with RIT's 8th president, Albert J. Simone. New facilities include the Gordon Field House and Activities Center (2004), a turf field with lights (2004), tennis complex (2003), and the proposed hockey rink Gene Polisseni Center (2011).
1 Item(s) (1 Lid box)
Rally towels used by fans during RIT sports events.
Collection is unarranged.
C.S. South, East wall, Shelf E81
Finding aid created by Amy Vilz in December 2011.
- RIT tiger towels
- RIT Archives
- Amy Vilz
- 03 December 2011
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