df demystifies: “You’re Campus Advice” ™

df
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radio "personality"
Feb 18, 2019
Hello there fellow Tech Hawk! df here to let you know that this week we’re going to do something a little bit different. Rather than pick two specific questions from the mountains of emails, letters, and faxes I receive each week I thought I’d address what is easily the most asked question in a more thorough and multifaceted manner.
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2019 - Spring - Issue 4
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The Last Humans - The End

Sundaresh Senguttuvan
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Distribution Manager
Nov 30, 2020
It was day 301, in the year 2820. Everyone was hanging by a thin thread of hope with nowhere to go. The human race was on the brink of extinction. It was another normal day at the space ship, but they did not realize everything was going to come to an end in exactly 102 minutes 37 seconds. Not because they are going to die naturally, but the universe has other plans, a meteor shower of a 250-mile radius is approaching the spaceship at 4800 miles per hour. Usually, the spaceship can steer clear of this doom if they could see this. Of all the variables the scientists considered to survive in space they did not take into account the meteor shower was in the size of microns that is almost impossible to detect. Let us all agree space is filled with wonderful nightmares that even the brightest minds cannot anticipate.
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2020 - Fall - Issue 11
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The Eclipse: A short story

Areej Siddiqui
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TechNews Writer
Nov 30, 2020
It was the day of. Everyone was anxious. Everyone was preparing. Kids were running around, their parents were running after them. A few people had gathered in the open space where everything had started. They had huge bundles of cloth in their hands. A man was tying one end of a jet black cloth to the top of a pole, while trying to balance himself on the ladder that he was standing on. Right next to him, an old woman was sitting on the ground. She had multiple beaded necklaces around her neck and her arms were filled with bangles, right up to her elbows. She had a needle in her hand with multi-coloured threads attached to it. She was stitching different patterns onto a deep maroon fabric. There were whorls and wavy lines, there were straight lines intersecting with squares and triangles. But the largest and most prominent were the circles with lines radiating from the center.
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2020 - Fall - Issue 11
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We're almost done!

Kevin Barrera
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TechNews Writer
Nov 23, 2020
Well TechNews readers, the end of the semester fast approaches. As the pandemic continues to grow, the future seems uncertain. For now, distract yourself with another playlist. We’ll get through this together.
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2020 - Fall - Issue 10
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Reminiscent Rain

Sundaresh Senguttuvan
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Distribution Manager
Nov 23, 2020
slowly the faint breeze grazes my ear

I look up to see if the sky is clear

darkness flows till the eyes can reach

the mighty sky getting ready to unleash
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2020 - Fall - Issue 10
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