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By: 
Kori Bowns
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Monday, March 30th, 2015

For over 10 years, Illinois Tech Robotics (ITR) has been a student organization on IIT’s campus devoted to sharing robotics through outreach events and robotics competitions. On March 13-14, ITR competed in the 27th annual Jerry Sanders Creative Design Competition (JSDC) after months of preparation.

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Sunday, March 29th, 2015
Racism is still a problem. Yeah, I hate saying it too. Just hearing the word racism is like a fire alarm for every Social Justice warrior in the vicinity to start loading their opinion AK’s. But it’s not their opinion that’s the problem with racism; it’s our attitude that is.
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Sunday, March 29th, 2015

The round of sixteen comes to an end for UEFA Champions League, with an exciting second leg that saw some surprising results.

By: 
Jonathan Hui
Date: 
Sunday, March 29th, 2015
A library is powerful. It is powerful not for being a center of authority, but for being a nexus of ideas. Its influence derives from its ability to expose individuals to fresh ideas, unexplored perspectives, and unseen possibilities. A library helps readers not only appreciate the grandeur of the cosmos, but the nuances of their own individual existence as well. Now, all this is possible with only patterns of ink on paper or pixels on a screen.
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Monday, March 16th, 2015
Any time Apple holds a keynote, you can be sure that something fun will happen and this was no different, on March 9, 2015. Apple has reintroduced the MacBook into its laptop line up. The new MacBook is designed to be the thinnest, lightest, and in the words of the lead engineer, “all the components were optimized and designed to fit together.”

The new MacBook fits squarely in the MacBook Air line in terms of size as a a small, but reasonable 12-inch screen size, which also leads to most of the confusion surrounding the device.