Free College is Not Enough
A History of Sneakers
New Exhibition: Uniformity
Ranking in the Best of Colleges
FIT wins BioDesign Challenge

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    Free College is Not Enough

    Read Chancellor Nancy Zimpher's article in Inside Higher Ed, on her perspective and approach to the idea of free college within the SUNY system.

    A History of Sneakers

    No longer only worn by athletes on the court and kids in the school yard—sneakers are ever present in fashion. Trace the history of sneakers from 19th century fitness to 21st century high fashion.

    New Exhibition: Uniformity

    Uniformity explores the history behind a variety of uniforms, considering both their social role and their influence on high fashion. The exhibition runs May 20-Nov 19 at the Museum at FIT.

    Ranking in the Best of Colleges

    FIT continues to place highly among the world's colleges, nationally and state-wide. ranked FIT number seven of "25 Best Colleges in the World in 2016" and it is one of only two U.S. schools to make the top ten. View the college's 2016 rankings.

    FIT wins BioDesign Challenge

    Competing against top-tier colleges, FIT's team of students won by creating a fiber out of algae and fungi. Read details here.

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