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Sunday, September 14th, 2014
Walking into the Career Fair on Tuesday, September 9, it was amazing to see some empty tables even though such a large number of students filled Hermann Hall.  With 149 total companies participating, 45 percent of which were accepting international students, it seemed like students had a plethora of work opportunities.  So many professionally dressed students were present that 25 were on the waitlist.  Shirlean Williams, from the Career Management Center (CMC), was the head of organizing this career fair, and even she was impressed with the students’ dress.  The events hosted by the CM
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Shireen Gul
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Friday, August 29th, 2014

It seems like yesterday that I stepped into Illinois Tech as a Presidential Scholar to pursue my dad’s dream, and I can’t believe that today almost a year has passed already.

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Friday, September 12th, 2014

The Scarlet Hawks men’s soccer team is flying high after this past weekend of absolute domination in two matches. In two games, the Hawks outscored their opposition 19-1. In the first game against Andrews University, eight different players scored for the Hawks in a 10-1 dominant win. The scorers for the Illinois Tech were Tyler Haag (2 goals), Hugo Hernandez (2 goals), Brahadon Ramirez, Julio “The Artist” Reyes, Bart Grabowski, Irewole Akande, Tommy Gasienica, and Quentin Dreilich.

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Shreya Jha
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Sunday, September 14th, 2014
Guess what’s happening at Illinois Tech from September 15 to September 20? It has been predicted that Scarlet Fever will hit every single person on IIT grounds this week, because Homecoming Week is back to take the center stage at Illinois Tech. The programmers for the event, Maria Warren and Merridith Tedsten engaged in a discussion with TechNews to provide their takes on the event.
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Kori Bowns
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Monday, September 15th, 2014

Krishna Lunch is a meal that many students have seen on campus. In the recent past, there was a hot vegetarian meal served for $5 from the lobbies of both Stuart Building and Siegel Hall each day; the meal was hosted by Vedic Vision Society, a student organization on campus. Recently, however, this meal has disappeared from campus, leaving many students confused and concerned.