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Sunday, November 23rd, 2014
The past two weeks have made November an eventful month for HawkTalk, IIT’s student organization that specializes in fostering public speaking and communication skills.  During this time, HawkTalk hosted a workshop series in collaboration with Toastmasters International, the global organization that inspired the inception of HawkTalk in the Spring of 2014.
By: 
Zaira Ortiz
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Sunday, November 23rd, 2014

Once a year, IIT students from all over the university gather with one common goal in mind – to give.  Some would call this annual event a testament of true love for our university, others would call it a simple act of kindness, but I call it the IIT Student Gift.  You may be wondering what the IIT Student Gift is, and in simple terms, it is the single most generous act students participate in every year.

 

Date: 
Sunday, November 23rd, 2014

Humanity is at risk and only one man can save them all. Sounds like a very simple plot overdone in seemingly most recent movies. While Interstellar does loosely follow this plot, it is nowhere near a simple movie. Once again, Christopher Nolan delivers another complex but fantastic movie.

By: 
Shireen Gul
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Sunday, November 23rd, 2014
Have you ever had that moment in your life when you felt like giving up but just couldn’t because you thought it’s not worth it? Or maybe one of those Kodak moments where something just clicks for you? Or something you’ve been struggling with for a long time and it was finally coming to an end but suddenly everything changed? Whatever the source of our insight, it’s these moments that bring us to a deeper understanding of our world.
By: 
Sijia Wu
Date: 
Sunday, November 23rd, 2014

IIT has offered Spanish language and culture courses over the past two and a half years and will continue to offer them in the spring semester. This is an achievement of a completed project initiated by the Student Government Association (SGA), consisting of four sequential Spanish courses offered by the Department of Humanities. The second and last course in the series, offered under the COM (Communication) 126 and 226 designations respectively, will be available to register for in the spring 2015 term.