ACM-W attended the Harvard WeCode Conference - and it changed my life

Grace Arnold
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Mar 04, 2019
On Friday, February 22 at 2:00 a.m., I woke up to get ready for my flight to Boston, Massachusetts. With a group of seven other members of the Association for Computing Machinery – Women (ACM-W), I would soon be attending the Women Engineers Code (WeCode) conference at Harvard University.
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VanderCook’s One City program provides free jazz education for local children

Alexandra Detweiler
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Mar 04, 2019
VanderCook student and middle school student sit next to each other, both holding a bass.
Many local Chicago Public Schools do not have the funding to provide their students with instrumental music education. One City, a program hosted by VanderCook College of Music, aims to fill in those gaps.
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SGA’s latest legislative session has broken me

Ethan Castro
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Mar 04, 2019
The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of its author and do not necessarily reflect those of Illinois Tech or TechNews. Furthermore, far more substantial and far less subjective coverage of the session in question can be found in the article “Amendments Amendment Passes at Fifth Senate Hearing of the Spring Semester” by SGA Senator Grace Arnold in this same issue.
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Illinois Tech inducts four distinguished alumni into Hall of Fame

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Feb 25, 2019
On the evening of Tuesday, February 19, Illinois Tech held a formal event where it inducted four new members into the university Hall of Fame. This list of just over 50 trustees, alumni, faculty, and other community members represents some of the most notable achievements and contributions made by individuals throughout the university’s existence since 1893.
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2019 - Spring - Issue 5