In the first installment of the colloquium series, “Plague, Progress, and Prevention: 100 Years after the ‘Spanish Flu’ Changed the World,” the School of Science held a presentation titled “The Great Epidemic, 100 Years Later,” on Sept. 25 in the Education Building Room 212. […]
Giving students the opportunity to explore different options the school provides for studying in other countries, the College held its study abroad fair on Sept. 5, in the Education Building Room 212.
Between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m., 37 projects were presented by senior interactive multimedia majors on the first and second floors of the building. Among the projects were a live-taped podcast, a virtual reality presentation, several animations and various interactive projects. […]
Daniel Bowen, associate professor of political science at the College, gave a lecture on April 17 titled, “Losing Your Soul To Gain The Presidency? Evangelicals, Identity, and Support for Donald Trump.” […]
The U.S. Department of Justice announced the indictment of nine Iranian nationals for a major hacking scheme that involved stealing data from 320 universities worldwide, 144 of which were American, on March 23, according to Forbes. […]
The School of Science and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics presented a lecture by Moon Duchin, a mathematics professor at Tufts University, on the mathematics of gerrymandering, as part of the School of Science colloquium series on Feb. 27. […]
The Student Recreation Center was filled with representatives from different companies and industries on Feb. 21., providing students with a chance to explore potential future employment opportunities at the semiannual career fair. […]
Mass shootings in the U.S. have produced a staggering number of victims in the last decade. No place seems exempt, from the 20 Newtown, Connecticut first grade students and faculty members in 2012 to the 58 concertgoers in Las Vegas last October, and now the 17 people at a Florida high school on Wednesday, Feb. 14. […]