Here’s to Old RPI!
Alumni around the country … and the world! … showed their Rensselaer pride
on Friday, February 1, 2013 – the 2nd Annual RPI Spirit Day.
Click to see the results of the 2013 photo competition
on Facebook, or read more about the build-up to the event on Storify
What's Spirit Day? It’s easy! Simply wear or display your RPI gear
– at work, at grad school, at the mall, wherever you may find yourself – and put your pride in your alma mater on display for everyone to see.
Put on your Phalanx Pin! Wear your Freshman Beanie! How about an old jersey? Line up your GM Week mug collection on your desk, or hang an RPI pennant on your office door. It can be as simple as wearing red, but do something to show the world that YOU are a proud graduate of the oldest – and best – technological institute in the nation!
Rensselaer has global reach and impact, and so can you! Show your pride virtually by changing your profile pic or your avatar
to an RPI-related image – we have several in the column at the right to choose from, or create your own.
You never know who you might see in your region or at your corporation who is an RPI alumnus/a as well!
Tout your connection to the ‘Tute on RPI Spirit Day!
Get Your RPI Gear
Don't have any RPI gear? Find it online at the RPI Bookstore, or the RPI Athletics Store!
SEFCU "Show Your Spirit" Raffle
Thanks to the campus SEFCU branch office in the Rensselaer Union, who sponsored a "Show Your Spirit" raffle. Anyone wearing RPI gear/school colors could enter to win a $50 iTunes card!
For hockey fans, the men's team was in action the weekend of Spirit Day. Friday night was RPI vs. Harvard at the Houston Field House. The 36th Annual Big Red Freakout was Saturday, February 2 vs. Dartmouth.Spirit Day participants helps to cheer on the Engineers to victory both nights!
Click here to see the results of the Inaugural Spirit Day Photo Competition!
Thanks to everyone who participated in the inaugural RPI Spirit Day! The results were amazing - we received nearly 60 photos, from both individuals and large groups. Co-workers, families, babies, dogs, even a Zamboni, got into the act. We thank everyone who participated.