Dylan Ohno

Dylan is a second-year Aeronautical Engineering student from Tokyo, Japan. He loves eating good food and thinks that the food RPI serves is mid at best.

Previous positions
  • Associate Sports Editor April 2023 to December 2023
  • Sports Coordinator September 2022 to April 2023
Editorial Notebook

Let’s watch sports

April 26, 2023

What sport is right for you? Associate Sports Editor Dylan Ohno '26 goes through various sports and the appeals of watching each one.

Men's basketball

Multi-man effort from Engineers seal deal in two-game home-stand

February 8, 2023

The Engineers looked to get back on track at home against Skidmore and Vassar after losing three out of their last four games on the road. They did just that with two consecutive victories, dismantling Skidmore 74-61 and Vassar 78-60, subsequently rising up the Liberty League standings to second place with a 9-5 league record.

Men's Soccer

Engineers call in cavalry against Clarkson, advance to playoffs for third consecutive year

November 1, 2022

The Engineers sent the Golden Knights home and themselves to the playoffs in their 3‒0 victory. Paul Silva, Julio Rodriguez, and Liam McDermott netted goals in the decisive victory. Rensselaer finished fourth in the Liberty League, granting them home-field advantage for the first round of the playoffs on November 1.

Men's Soccer

Rodriguez's rocket propels Engineers past Bombers

October 26, 2022

Engineers solidify their playoff position as they survive Ithaca’s late-game surge to win the game 2‒1.

Women's Soccer

Engineers fall prey to Tigers

October 19, 2022

RIT overshadows RPI’s Senior Day as the Engineers are held scoreless en route to a 1-0 loss to the Tigers.

Editorial Notebook

Chef Curry primed to cook up the competition again

October 19, 2022

After winning his fourth NBA championship, Steph looks ready to run it back despite the odds.

On-Campus Event

The legacy of Dr. Eddie Knowles immortalized

October 12, 2022

Dr. Eddie Knowles’ legacy is celebrated by alumni in a painting commissioned by Raymond Parker III ’77.