Scope—a new student project at the College of Architecture (CoA)—hosted Show+Tell 02 on Friday, April 3, in S. R. Crown Hall. The event follows a PechaKucha-like format where CoA students are free to share on a variety of topics, either related or unrelated to architecture. January’s Show+Tell 01 featured over 10 speakers discussing a wide range of topics that included architecture, animation, jiu-jitsu, illustration, graphic design, photography, gaming, and more.
The students have spoken and the 2015 Student Gift will be renovations to the Keating Sports Center! Now it is up to us, the students, to make this idea a reality. The Student Gift needs donations from the students in order to bring big changes to Keating. These changes will include repainting the walls of the weight room, adding more mirrors to the weight room, and improving the existing equipment.
A couple of weeks ago, I got the opportunity to go to a concert at the Concord Theatre to see Earl Sweatshirt perform. It was exciting, sweaty, dope, lame, and exhilarating all at the same time. Yet, out of all the things I loved about the concert, the fact that it was free made it all the better.
The basic numbers show a total of 508 people voted; 504 were from IIT, 4 from VanderCook, and 0 from Shimer. Of the 11 people running, six candidates were present at the debates. Of the six positions available, three were uncontested.
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The Big Event at IIT is an annual tradition where students of all backgrounds gather to donate their time through community service to local venues in the city of Chicago. The Big Event is the single largest service event offered to students at the university.
Headquarters Beercade is a great place for anyone who likes arcade games, pinball, or alcohol. Although they opened more recently than other popular attractions—in 2012—Headquarters is well known in the Chicago nerd community. Anyone looking for authentic controllers on their games, like Paper Boy’s bike wheel, can come here and play whatever games they like for free. As long as you’re 21 or older, you can go there 365 days a year to have fun and socialize with other people who have similar interests.
With Barcelona only earning a draw, and Real Madrid getting three points off their match, the difference between Barcelona and Real Madrid drops to only two points, and La Liga gets more and more interesting.