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By: 
Shireen Gul
Date: 
Sunday, September 21st, 2014

 

A massive crowd of students had already gathered at the MTCC south lawn by 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 20. Students were greeted by the smells of fresh hotdogs, churros, popcorn, snow cones, and cotton candy. Illinois Institute Technology is well known for keeping up its tradition of Homecoming in a different way than other universities.

By: 
Zaira Ortiz
Date: 
Sunday, September 21st, 2014
At some point, we ask ourselves that inevitable question, “What will I do with my life after graduation?” Although we are college students, and although the answer to this question may seem rather obvious, this question remains unanswered by the majority of students attending a college or university today. It is a universal misconception amongst all college students that once he/she crosses the podium with a fresh diploma in his/her hand, there will be an employer waiting on the other side.
Date: 
Sunday, September 21st, 2014
The golden child of crowd funding, a space simulator called Star Citizen has hit a major milestone in its development. Just a few weeks ago, Arena Commander version .9 was released. While merely being an alpha stage exclusive peek of a single module, Arena Commander shows the potential of Star Citizen and the greatness Chris Roberts is leading it towards.
By: 
Vijai Baskar
Date: 
Sunday, September 21st, 2014
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) at IIT held their first general body meeting of the semester on Thursday, September 17, in the Stuart Building auditorium. The newly elected president, Rohit Agarwal, final year Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) student, introduced the newly elected board members to all the attendees of the meeting. He also mentioned that there was an open board position and encouraged students to apply for the it and the committees headed by various board members.
Date: 
Saturday, September 20th, 2014
The women’s soccer team wrapped up a successful homecoming week in a dominant 3-0 victory over Anderson University. The game was scoreless through the first 45 minutes with the Scarlet Hawks having the majority of the scoring chances. In the 52nd minute, a sublime, measured through-ball by Ana Salgado found Anida Phetchanpheng for a diving header into the side netting. This goal fueled an even more invigorated attack from the Hawks, but it took another 20 minutes until the next Illinois Tech goal.