WIIT Radio Show Spotlight: “BLANK Time”

Ethan Castro
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Nov 05, 2018
First-year architectural engineering student Jackson Lapp has hit the ground running with his involvements on-campus as an elected senator representing the Armour College of Engineering in Student Government Association (SGA) as well as a DJ on WIIT, Illinois Tech’s student-run radio station. It seemed only logical for him to combine these two pursuits into one: thus, he created his current show on the station - “BLANK Time” Sundays from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m.

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2018 - Fall - Issue 9
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My Incoherent Ramblings: always pursue the star overhead

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Nov 05, 2018
Has it always been so widely accepted that all people have the right to pursue one's passions and dreams? There used to be a time where such accepted ideas and concepts were more in the realm of myth and fantasy than in fact and reality. A society built upon technological advancements, economic stability, and social order has permitted a species to do something that no other organism on this planet has ever been able to do: live beyond just basic survival. 

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2018 - Fall - Issue 9
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Why is the Kaplan Institute still not open to the public?

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Nov 05, 2018
To many, the building appears to be fully functional, its lights illuminating the entire western edge of campus, but it appears mostly empty. Understandably, this has left many Illinois Tech students confused: why go through the efforts of inviting the entire campus to an elaborate ribbon cutting ceremony and guided tours, only to lock the building right back up again the week after? To make sense of this, TechNews reached out to Howard Tullman, the executive director of the Kaplan Institute, for clarity.
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