• Containers and Security

    Harsha Hemanth Chunduri
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    Apr 12, 2021
    Containers are virtualized components of an Operating System (OS) that use “namespaces” technology in the OS where multiple applications can be run isolated without interfering with each other on a single piece of hardware. Imagine a software developer who wants to run multiple versions of applications in a single system. The system will not allow such processes. Here is how a container technology called Docker fits in! Docker will create a virtualization environment on top of the existing OS. In simple terms, containers are virtual environments except the OS is virtualized instead of hardware typically used in virtual machines. A developer can run multiple applications in separate containers in a single system without applications interfering with each other. This is one of the common use cases in the Information Technology (IT) industry, where developers want to test their applications on multiple versions of a software component. 
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  • Recipe of red sauce pasta

    Shivani Agrawal
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    Apr 12, 2021
    A dab of cream can often be the only option that can save a long, stressful weekday. In such situations, switching to this hearty red sauce pasta. Pasta is mixed in a simple tomato mushroom cream sauce and topped with plenty of fresh chopped vegetables and parmesan Cheese for a meal which the whole family can enjoy. This will bring a smile on everybody's face, regardless of how their day went.
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  • The art of viewing Art: How to make the most of your next visit to the art museum

    Akhil Srinath
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    Apr 12, 2021
    Whether we choose to admit it or not, we have all had the feeling of uncertainty while viewing art - the feeling of “I just don’t get it”. Is it because we aren’t looking close enough? Is it maybe because art just isn’t our thing? Or maybe it takes more than just using your eyes to look at a painting? You start to question your imagination. You start doubting your interests and you tend to become apprehensive about investing your time into something that you think is not for you. This may not always be the case. Some people fall in love with art with the first few paintings they look at. It appeals to them in ways that any other passion or interest would to other people. The truth is - looking at art, like any other art form, takes time and effort to enjoy and get good at, and just because you are not an artist or an art expert does not mean you cannot enjoy viewing art like one. It is just a matter of using your imagination and knowing what to look for.
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  • Leadership Academy Senior Spotlight: Emma Stohlman

    Anthea Gonzalez
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    Leadership Academy Scholar
    Apr 12, 2021
    Emma Stohlman was born and raised in Dumfries, Virginia and will be graduating with a Bachelors of Science in Astrophysics in May 2021. Emma has completed internships with Senator Bernard Sanders and at the Center for Strategic International Studies (within their Aerospace Security Project.). Through these experiences, Emma has developed a passion for space, energy, and science policy and hopes to work in either government or consulting. She is currently interning at BryceTech, an aerospace consulting firm.  Emma is also a proud older sister of her 4 younger siblings and has enjoyed watching them grow up. 
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  • Interview with incoming SGA Executive Board

    Dan Marten
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    Public Relations Chair
    Apr 12, 2021
    Benjamin Barber, incoming executive president of the Illinois Institute of Technology Student Government Association (SGA), was hesitant to say that handling the return to in-person classes and the continuing COVID-19 pandemic would be the defining features of the new SGA executive board — or be its legacy.
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  • SGA Senate Meeting Recap (4/7/2021)

    Joel Kelsey
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    Apr 12, 2021
    On Wednesday, April 7, 2021, the Illinois Tech Student Government Association held their weekly Senate meeting. The session was led by Executive Vice President Derek Rhea. This was the last Senate meeting before the swearing-in of the new SGA executive board for 2021-22. To view the Facebook livestream, go to https://bit.ly/3uGn8q1.
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