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  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2005-04-15)
    More bricks are headed to Rochester Institute of Technology, as plans were announced Thursday for a new $4.5 million student development center for the college's National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2007-03-30)
    Captioned television and movies, licensing for interpreters and emergency preparedness for the deaf are among the topics on the agenda for this weekend's conference of the Empire State Association of the Deaf.
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 1999-05-22)
    Four students graduating from Rochester Institute of Technology today are making history.
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2003-12-08)
    The noise of machines grinding prescription lenses all day long might be annoying for some people, but Andy Casile and many of his co-workers at LensCrafters in Eastview Mall don’t mind it at all.
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2006-07-19)
    A familiar face on the Rochester Institute of Technology campus is pursuing his dream, one that makes him a rarity: becoming a police officer despite a hearing loss.
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2005-07-27)
    A school setting might be the last place many rising high school seniors would like to spend summer vacation, but more than 200 of them are doing just that at Rochester Institute of Technology's National Technical Institute ...
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2004-03-19)
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2006-02-15)
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2005-11-11)
    When the 1991 ice storm cut off power to parts of Monroe County for more than a week, Matt Searls found himself writing notes to utility crews, firefighters and police who happened to come down his road in Pittsford to ...
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2003-11-07)
    After a seven-month national search from a pool of more than 20 candidates, the next head of Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf won’t have far to go to find his new office.
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2005-06-14)
    Forty years ago today, President Lyndon Baines Johnson signed his name on a bill to create the National Technical Institute of the Deaf. That simple action forever changed the educational options for deaf students, and ...
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2005-10-25)
    Some people may think the Rochester Institute of Technology is just for students who want to learn computer science or engineering. But costumed actors in makeup who take to the stage six times a year on campus are ...
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2005-12-06)
    Jennifer Fields was in school in Rochester, more than 1,200 miles from her Louisiana home that was damaged when Hurricane Katrina struck more than three months ago.
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2005-12-07)
    With stacks of resumes in hand, hundreds of students — many dressed in business attire — met dozens of prospective employers Tuesday during a job fair at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2005-05-03)
    A 21-year old college student from Mendon is featured in this week's People magazine. Not too shabby, being in the magazine's "50 Most Beautiful" issue, graced by cover girl Julia Roberts.
  • Livadas, Greg (Democrat and Chronicle, 2006-09-21)
    Storytelling in sign language, art gallery tours led by a deaf docent and a vintage game of baseball featuring the portrayal of William "Dummy" Hoy, a deaf baseball star from the late 1800s, are some of the activities ...

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