The Office of Campus Life and the International Center co-sponsored an awesome event named, “Conversations at the Crossroads: Black Face, White Place,” last Thursday, February 26. It was an incredible two hours of real conversation with Lena Waithe, producer of the award-winning film, Dear White People. The issues raised in the film as they relate to the Illinois Institute of Technology community, as well as the dynamics created by the intersection of other identities, including sexual orientation, country of origin, religion, and more.
Most architecture students, upon coming to the Illinois Institute of Technology, are set on becoming an architect. This seems to be a reasonable assumption. But once they get out into the real world, will their goals and priorities in their career change? Miguel Robles-Duran went to architecture school and practiced as an architect for a while, but he was unsatisfied. He felt that architecture was not the solution to the problems in our cities today. A little over a decade ago, Robles-Duran decided he was not going to consider himself an architect anymore. He had fig
As you may have noticed, Career Services has been handing out copies of Steve Dalton’s “The 2-Hour Job Search” to graduating students. Before you all head over to Hermann Hall to claim your copy, you can get my synopsis right here; this is your 2-minute guide to the 2-Hour Job Search.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) student chapter at IIT hosted their second general body meeting of the semester on Wednesday, February 25 at the Siegel Hall Auditorium. Vijai Baskar Sathyanarayanan, Newsletter Editor of IEEE @ IIT, an ECE graduate student, conducted the meeting by talking about all the events and activities that involved IEEE student branch during the spring semester.