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  • Artificial intelligence could find your next internship

    You spend hours carefully polishing your resume, cramming in as many action words as you possibly can without going over one page. You get your dress shirt ironed and your suit jacket dry-cleaned, so you look as sharp as possible during the interview. You attend every single possible job fair — even those unrelated to your major — so you can meet as many recruiters as possible. You comb through Gl...

    SciTech | April 1, 2019
  • NASA mission could find 1,000 planets

    The Hubble Space Telescope was a technological achievement that gave humanity a clearer view of the deep cosmos than ever before. Now, NASA plans to launch a new telescope called the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) that will hunt for new planets and research the nature of dark energy, continuing the work done by its predecessor Kepler.

    According to a study by a team of astronomer...

    SciTech | March 4, 2019
  • North Korea-U.S. Summit 2.0: negotiations continue

    Originally planned as a two-day event, the most recent summit between the U.S. and North Korea ended abruptly ahead of schedule, with President Trump claiming that the talks had run aground due to President Kim Jong-Un’s unreasonable demands to lift all current economic sanctions in exchange for [closing the Yongbyon nuclear facility, a key research and production site](

    Forum | March 4, 2019
  • 6th grader's misdemeanor charge sparks outrage

    On Feb. 4, a sixth-grader at Lawton Chiles Middle Academy in Lakeland, Florida was arrested following a heated confrontation with a substitute teacher over the student’s refusal to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. As of last Monday, the student is facing misdemeanor charges for disrupting a school facility and resisting an officer without violence, [according to The Washington Post](https://w...

    Forum | February 25, 2019
  • Tepper Quadrangle awarded LEED Gold certification

    Carnegie Mellon’s new Tepper Quadrangle has been awarded a LEED gold certification, earning a score of 73 points on the LEED scale for its focus on sustainable architecture and reducing its environmental impact. To earn a gold certification, a building must earn between 60 to 79 points.

    According to Teppe...

    SciTech | February 25, 2019