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Finding Purpose in “Busy Work”

November (2016) Mika West 0

Picture this: It’s 11AM. You’re sitting in an Intro to Art Appreciation course. Your professor is lecturing about the social effects of hieroglyphics in ancient Egypt. Twenty minutes later, you’re handed an exercise. “Use hieroglyphics […]

What is STEM Education?

November (2016) Cynthia Sharpe 0

By now you certainly have heard of the buzzword, STEM. What is it? Where did it come from? What does it mean? Well, to put it simply, S.T.E.M. stands for Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics; […]

Can Computer’s Write Poetry?

October (2016) Mika 0

It all begs the philosophical question: Can computers think? These are both questions first posed by Alan Turing, a British computer scientist and creator of the Turing Test. The Turing Test is a measure of […]

Ghostbusters 2016 NOT A Bust

October (2016) Cynthia Sharpe 0

So, you don’t believe in ghosts. You don’t believe in creaking doors, objects that fall over by themselves, or any sort of paranormal activity point-blank, period. Well, I don’t either, and I just saw the […]

This is Why Girls Can’t Code

September (2016) Caila Holley 0

“Girls can’t code”. Some women have been hearing this for such a long time that unfortunately many eventually end up believing it. To show how ridiculous this sentence is, national non-profit organization Girls Who Code […]

Meet Katherine – the Musical Engineer

September (2016) admin 0

Instagram has no shortage of individuals in the STEM fields who embrace a passion for creative expression. One of our favorites is Katherine (@naturallyshe) whose page is filled with awesome, 60 seconds or less, piano covers of […]

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